Boston Financial Investment Management, a low-income housing tax credit syndicator and asset management firm, announced a change in leadership this week with the promotion of Sarah Laubinger and Gregory Voyentzie to co-lead the equity production group.
They will have joint responsibility for the strategic direction of the group, including identifying new capital sources, structuring funds, and selecting property-level investments.
Laubinger joined Boston Financial in 1997 and has more than 15 years of syndication experience sourcing, structuring, underwriting, and closing nearly $2 billion in equity. Most recently, she has helped lead Boston Financial’s acquisition and investor placement activities placing more than $600 million with institutional clients. Prior to working in investor relations, Laubinger was an acquisitions officer for Boston Financial and in that capacity was responsible for closing and placing more than 400 properties.
Voyentzie joined Boston Financial in 1999 and has more than 20 years of experience in the affordable housing business. He has led Boston Financial’s originations team for the past six years and has invested more than $1 billion of equity in affordable housing properties in his career. Prior to joining Boston Financial, he represented LIHTC investors at Ernst & Young and was a manager in the real estate accounting practices at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Greg Judge, who had been COO, is no longer with the firm.