Jay C. Hart

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Jay C. Hart

Managing Partner

Jay Hart is a Managing Partner of CrossHarbor Capital Partners LLC.  With his partners, Mr. Hart manages all aspects of the firm’s operations including serving on the firm’s Investment, Valuation, and Operating Committees.  Prior to joining CrossHarbor, Mr. Hart served as the founder and President of TriSail Capital Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation.  TriSail is an investment firm that provides both joint venture equity and mezzanine debt for project based real estate opportunities.  While at TriSail, Mr. Hart oversaw the investment of over $2.0 billion for the benefit of Bank of America as well as other institutional investors.  Prior to the formation of TriSail in 1996, Mr. Hart held numerous senior positions at Bank of America’s predecessor institution, Fleet Financial Group, including executive roles in Strategic Planning, Mergers and Acquisitions, Commercial Real Estate Lending, and National Loan Workout.  Mr. Hart received a BS degree in Business Administration and an MBA degree from the University of Rhode Island.  A member of the Urban Land Institute, Mr. Hart previously served on the Board of the National Multifamily Housing Council and the National Association of Homebuilder’s Multifamily Leadership Board.  In addition, Mr. Hart serves on the Board of Boston based Travelers Aid and Family Services, a nonprofit focused on the problem of family homelessness.

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