Brad Sher joined the Molasky Group of Companies in 1998 as Chief Financial Officer with an impressive and extensive background in finance and real estate. Sher is a principal in the firm and in 2014 was promoted to also serve as President of the Government Projects Division, which has developed more than $1 billion of projects over the last 15 years. Currently the finance department has $372 million of construction projects under development. Sher assists in the management of the company’s extensive portfolio of real estate holdings and in the development of new business opportunities.
In addition to his role at Molasky, Sher is Chief Executive Officer and Managing Member of EB5 Group, LLC. EB5 Group, and its team of professionals, raises capital for real estate projects through the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) approved EB-5 immigration investment program. The company’s projects have been successfully adjudicated by USCIS and the company is currently engaged in raising over $350 million of EB5 capital. All EB5 At-Risk funds are managed by EB5 Group for an expected hold period of 5-7 years.
Prior to joining The Molasky Group of Companies, Sher worked as a Senior Analyst in the Real Estate Investment Banking Group of Deutsche Bank. It was during that time that Sher developed knowledge of financial structuring for public and private enterprises. Some of his notable projects have included mergers and acquisitions for various REITs, underwriting/managing new transactions for the CalPERS portfolio with a value in excess of $2 billion, private placements of both debt and equity, follow-on offerings of equity, and venture capital investments.
Sher holds an MBA from the Anderson School at the University of California Los Angeles and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Corporate Finance from The Marshall School at the University of Southern California, where he was recognized as the top graduating student for his year. He is a former board member of the Discovery Children’s Museum and a current member of the Young Presidents Organization.
Sher has dual citizenship (USA and EU) which was one of the numerous benefits from marrying his Irish born wife. Sher and his wife consider their primary goal as parents to raise their five children to have a love and enjoyment for life, learning, and each other.