Our executives have over 20 years of experience acquiring, developing, managing and exiting real estate investments in addition to managing capital on behalf of large financial institutions, pension funds and family offices.
Mr. Miranda is co-founder and managing partner at Cambridge Landmark. He was founder and CEO of Itacare Capital, the first UK-listed REIT (LSE: ITA) focused on Brazilian real estate, for 9 years before he took it private. Previously, he was a director at Dolphin Capital (LSE: DCI) a real estate fund with over $1 billion under management and seeded by Fortress Investment Group. He was a vice-president at Edison Advisors, an affiliate of GE Capital and an M&A investment banker at Credit Suisse First Boston and Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Mr. Miranda is a member of YPO Global One and the MIT Corporation Development Committee. He holds a dual B.S. degree in Computer Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Miami and an MBA in Finance from the Sloan School at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Mr. Woiler is co-Founder and Asset Manager of Cambridge Landmark. He was previously Asset Manager with 340 Biscayne Owner, the developer of a 77-story multipurpose tower with retail, residential, hotel and commercial components in downtown Miami. Prior to that he was an investor and consultant with SAB Capital Ventures providing services to Regalia Group, developer of Regalia on the Ocean a $340 million residential tower in Sunny Isles and One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid, a $600 million residential condo in Miami. He has been Managing Partner of Woiler & Contin Advogados for over ten years executing real estate and M&A transactions, and prior to that he worked at Merrill Lynch's Investment Banking Division in New York and Pinheiro Neto Advogados in Sao Paulo.
Mr. Woiler was a Board member of the World Trade Center Sao Paulo and former investor relations executive and director of Hauscenter SA. He has a Law Degree from the University of Sao Paulo and an MBA from the Sloan School at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).