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Detroit Financial Firm Penetrates Wall Street

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Detroit is making progress on its Wall Street infiltration.

Real-estate finance firm Bloomfield Capital recently opened a regional office in Connecticut and expanded its team to include two senior-level employees from East Coast investment firms, according to a Monday press release.

“The decision to open an office on the East Coast was a logical step in our desire to seek out high quality, opportunistic debt and equity opportunities nationwide,” Nicholas Coburn, partner and founder of Bloomfield Capital, said in the announcement. The firm has offices in Chicago and Denver.

The workforce expansion also solidifies connections in the New York network.

After a six-year tenure with Fortress Investment Group where he specialized in opportunistic debt and equity real estate investments, Dennis Onabajo joined the staff as vice president. Anthony Marsala, formerly of the US Performing Credit group of New York’s Apollo Global Management, was brought on as a senior associate.

Bloomfield Capital manages private equity funds and lends and provides equity for commercial real estate purchases. The firm specializes in joint venture equity and balance debt opportunities between $1 million and $15 million.

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