Bradley A. Gold has been Chief Executive Officer of B Gold Family Investments since January 2010. He guides the strategic planning and oversees new business investment initiatives for Ward Capital Management. Mr. Gold has a long track record and experience in managing and investing in commercial real estate and real estate-related investments, including single – family, multifamily, performing, sub-performing and non-performing loan portfolios and real estate owned properties, through a variety of credit cycles and market conditions. Additionally, Mr. Gold possesses significant vision and agility that allows Ward Capital Management to realize opportunities across various market climates, while continuing to assess risk and assure proper corporate governance. Mr. Gold’s core attributes include an oversight in investment strategy, a commitment to collaboration and collective decision-making, long-term enhanced value strategy, guidance and serving our clients with excellence and integrity. Mr. Gold has advised numerous clients in M&A on both the sell-side and buy-side through recapitalizations, leveraged buyouts, business valuations and strategic advisory assignments. He has executed numerous investment banking engagements in excess of $15.0 billion dollars for a diverse client base that includes financial services, food products, healthcare, industrial services, media and technology and real estate. Mr. Gold has served on numerous boards including: GMAC Auto Finance (Detroit, MI), Chrysler Financial (Detroit, MI), Alamo Rent A Car (Tulsa, OK), National Car Rental (Tulsa, OK), Albertsons LLC (Boise, ID), Teleglobe Inc. (Montreal, ON), Multimax Incorporated (Washington, DC), Hilco Trading LLC (Chicago, IL), General Fibre Communications, Inc. (Philadelphia, PA). Previously, he served as a Managing Director in private equity at Cerberus Capital Management, LP. from 2000 to 2010. From 1996 to 1998, he served at Jupter Partners, L.P. From 1994 to 1996 served as an analyst at The Blackstone Group. Mr. Gold holds a B.S. in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. in Finance from Stanford University.