THOMAS CHRISTOPOUL

Christopoul

MA 1988, Organizational Communication

Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of 54 Madison Partners, New York, NY

Mr. Christopoul is a co-founder and Executive Vice President of 54 Madison Partners, LLC a private real estate investment fund headquartered in New York City with more than $500 million in assets under management.  Previously, he managed the North American principal real estate investing activities and firm operations of Cain Hoy Enterprises - a private investment company previously affiliated with Guggenheim Partners. Prior to this, he was Senior Managing Director of Global Real Estate and Infrastructure at Guggenheim Investments. Mr. Christopoul also served as an Operating Partner of Falconhead Capital where he oversaw several portfolio investments including serving as Chairman and Executive Director of GPS Industries and Chairman of Rita’s Water Ice Franchise Company.

Prior to that, Mr. Christopoul was President and CEO of Resources Global, a multi-billion dollar global consulting services firm. Before Resources, he spent over 10 years at Cendant Corporation with Henry Silverman in various executive capacities, including Chief Administrative Officer, Chairman & CEO of Cendant’s Financial Services Division and Chairman & CEO of Cendant’s Marketing Services Division (now Affinion Group Holdings). He serves on the boards of Rexnord Corporation (NYSE: RXN) and Apollo Residential Mortgage corporation (NYSE: AMTG). He holds a B.A. from Rutgers University and an M.S. from Purdue University, where he is a distinguished alumnus.

 

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