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Meridian Capital Group welcomes back Moshe Majeski as managing director

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 04, 2010

Meridian Capital Group LLC has announced that Moshe Majeski has returned to the firm as a managing director. Majeski is a proven commercial real estate professional who has negotiated more than $3 billion in transactions over the past 10 years. Majeski was a highly successful broker at Meridian until 2008, when he left to launch an investment sales business. As an active participant on both the finance side and the sales side of commercial real estate, he brings unique experience and perspective to Meridian in his new executive role. “I am exhilarated to see Moshe return to the Meridian team and am convinced that his diverse experience will benefit Meridian’s client relationships by providing additional expertise and insight,” said Ralph Herzka, Meridian’s president and chief executive officer. “Meridian will continue to add proven talent like Moshe as part of our growth strategy going forward.” Meridian recently added Marty Lanigan as senior managing director of origination and strategic initiatives to expand the company’s origination platform, as well as its product and services offerings. For more information, visit www.meridiancapital.com.  
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