As Executive Vice President of Hunt’s HCH North America Infrastructure, Guleserian is responsible for sourcing new transaction opportunities as well as raising and structuring equity and debt and leading transaction and financial negotiations for public-private partnerships (P3) and traditional real estate assets.
Guleserian joined Hunt in 2013 and has more than 17 years’ experience developing new business, raising capital, structuring transactions and managing portfolios and assets of real estate and real estate-related assets. Prior to joining Hunt Companies, Guleserian was the Managing Director and head of Pinnacle Global Capital, an affiliate of American Management Companies, an aggregation of international real estate investment, development and management companies. At Pinnacle, Guleserian headed finance activities for domestic and international development companies including new business development, project and corporate financings, asset sales, loan / CMBS restructurings, and portfolio/asset management. Prior to Pinnacle, Guleserian was the executive vice president of Clark Realty Capital, a national real estate investment, development and management firm and a principal, President and the Chief Compliance Officer of Clark’s FINRA-register broker dealer affiliate where he structured and closed numerous P3 and other real estate transactions totaling over $3.3 billion and advised on other P3 and real estate transactions totaling over $3 billion. While at Clark, Guleserian was the finance lead for an approximately 2,400 bed student housing-like development which contained 941 two-bedroom, two-bath suites in four adjoining towers, 258 suites in an existing tower and associated housing amenities (swimming pool, game room, lounge, etc.).
Guleserian received his BA in Economics from Harvard University and his MBA from the University of Michigan. Guleserian has completed FINRA securities licenses Series 7, 63 and 24 and formerly was a principal, President and the Chief Compliance Officer of a FINRA-registered broker-dealer. He is based in Boston and is the chair of the Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure’s Community-Based Infrastructure Committee, a member of the Real Estate Investment Advisory Council and the Harvard Club; Guleserian also is the past President of the Council of Armenian Executives.