Kyle Barber joined Crow Holdings Capital as a Vice President of the Investor Coverage group in 2020. His responsibilities include strategic initiatives, business development and capital formation.
Most recently, Kyle was an Associate Vice President in the Portfolio Oversight group at CIM. In this role, Kyle was responsible for acquisition and disposition analysis, asset management and strategic fundraising initiatives. Before joining CIM, Kyle spent approximately four years at Cliffwater, where he ultimately led the firm’s real estate investment advisory practice. Key responsibilities at Cliffwater included strategic and tactical allocations, manager selection and portfolio monitoring on behalf of pension fund, foundation and endowment clients.
Kyle is a veteran of the U.S. Army. He received a B.A. in economics from Vanderbilt University.
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