Dnitry Rozin Co-CEO

Dmitry Rozin

Co-CEO

dima@nathanhold.com
+972-54-316-3332
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Dmitry Rozin is the co-Chief Executive Officer of Nathan Holdings, a private equity property investment firm, and a CPA with 25 years of experience in the financial services industry. He has been involved in real estate investments for more than 15 years, working with some of the largest names in Israeli and international real estate.

As Nathan Holdings co-CEO, he has closed hundreds of successful investments in the Florida real estate market and specializes in locating, investing in, and managing added-value multi-family properties throughout the USA.

Dmitry’s core skills include enterprise risk management, business process improvement, auditing, financial analysis, due diligence, financial valuation, and corporate finance.

EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS
  • CPA (Isr.)
  • MBA, Corporate Finance, The College of Management Academic Studies
  • BA, Accounting, The College of Management Academic Studies
INDUSTRY SPECIALIZATION & SKILLS
  • Real Estate
  • Creative Real Estate Investing
  • Real Estate Due Diligence
  • Real Estate Property Management
  • Residential Investment Property
  • Multi-Family Properties
  • Yardi
  • Strategic Planning
  • Asset Management
  • Business Process Improvement
  • Financing
  • Financial Analysis
  • Financial Accounting
  • Funding
  • Due Diligence
  • Banking
  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Modeling
  • Financial Planning
  • Internal Controls
  • Auditing
  • Internal Audit
  • Accounting
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Tax Accounting
  • Operational Risk
  • Risk Assessment
  • Operational Risk Management

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