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New York Life Insurance Co


New York



New York Life Investments (NYLIM), an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of New York Life Insurance Company, is a top 25 global asset management firm. With more than $500 billion in assets under management, NYLIM is a premier investment management firm serving a variety of client segments including retail, institutional, insurance and defined contribution and benefit on a global basis. New York Life Investments offers a diverse set of investment capabilities ranging from traditional equity and fixed income to alternative investment strategies and multi-asset solutions. Renowned for its premier investment acumen and client focus, NYLIM’s vision is to be one of the most trusted providers of investment management expertise and long-term financial security.

The Position

The Asset Manager will be based in New York City. He/she will be primarily focused on the management of a portfolio of core/core plus, value-add assets and ground-up developments, which may be owned outright or through joint venture partnerships. This asset management position is one of several asset managers reporting directly to Alan Rubenstein, Senior Director, Asset Management, New York Life Real Estate Investors.


The Asset Manager will have full balance sheet responsibility for each aspect of his/her assets, regardless of the ownership structure. He/she will be responsible for maintaining excellent working relationships with New York Life peers, all third party team members and any joint venture partners. This asset manager will ultimately be held accountable for delivering the best returns on investment and utilizing the highest levels of industry best practices.

Essential functions for this position include:

The Asset Manager will apply a proactive, hands-on management strategy to achieve specific income, expense, leasing and sales velocity targets for each asset in their assigned portfolio.

As some assets will be development and value-add projects, the Asset Manager will be responsible for proactive management during the entire permitting, repositioning and leasing process.

Work closely with and efficiently manage brokers, property managers,


managers and attorneys to provide clear direction and skill-based leadership in executing on both the portfolio's strategy and the specific asset's business plan.

Work with NYL's acquisition officers on potential transactions - from due diligence and underwriting, through closing. Team with the acquisitions officer in creating the capital and operating budgets, developing a thorough business plan and presenting the project to NYL's Real Estate Equity Investment Committee.

Where applicable, the Asset Manager will have day-to-day responsibility for managing NYL's joint venture partners. NYL is a hands-on investor in these ventures and the Asset Manager has the key responsibility to ensure that the partner is performing according to plan and that all interests remain aligned. While representing NYL's interests with the partner, the Asset Manager must also strive to maintain a collegial working relationship to enhance the opportunity for future ventures.

The Asset Manager is responsible for the establishment of an accretive business plan and investment strategy with the objectives of maximizing property income, cash flow and long-term value. He/she will forecast income and expense projections, capital requirements, risk-return analysis and hold/sell recommendations.

He/she will track and report on the performance of the asset, against both budget and various business plan milestones. He/she will work with Portfolio Management as well as the accounting group to provide relevant data and bring critical matters to the attention of senior management.

Become a market expert in numerous geographies and property sectors as well as actively represent NYL in the marketplace. Monitor ongoing current and future trends in demographics, job growth, economic drivers, product supply, as well as any other market forces.

Visit assets regularly, maintain professional relationships with key tenants, tour competing projects and document all sale/lease comps and market changes as appropriate.

Oversee all annual external and quarterly internal market valuations.

Select and engage all third party brokers, managers, architects etc. in pursuit of the best management, leasing and sales teams for his/her assets.

Oversee and manage the work assigned to analysts supporting his/her assets.

The Asset Manager is an officer level position within the real estate group. Therefore, this person will interact extensively with the head of the real estate group as well as the leaders in the different functional areas (acquisitions, accounting, portfolio management and client services) and others within NYL. This person will be expected to add value to the team as well as provide strategic thinking, mentoring of associates, and bring a fresh perspective to the real estate group as a whole.

Candidate Qualifications



The successful candidate must possess a college degree, while an MBA or Masters Degree in real estate, or related discipline would be helpful. Ideally, the candidate should be a mid-career professional with

extensive experience and track record in commercial real estate asset management, leasing, development

and/ or related disciplines. Prior experience with managing joint ventures is preferred but not required.

Hands on asset management experience in multiple real estate sectors (office, retail, industrial and/ or multifamily) as well as in multiple markets, preferably in different regions across the East Coast and South East.

Experience with institutional quality tenant improvements, interior base building construction and the repositioning of assets and property dispositions.

Fluent in the language and principals of institutional investment real estate.

A working knowledge of debt and capital markets would be helpful.

This person should have among other skills, a detailed working knowledge of: real estate property management, asset sales, contract negotiations, and possess extensive experience in gross and/or net leasing, re-positioning and risk management strategies.

Strong analytic and quantitative skills, a finance driven approach to the business including confidence in working with Excel analysis. Experience with ARGUS or related software programs is required. This person will have access to a shared analyst who will assist with some modeling, but should be financially adept at deriving the right deal structures to maximize returns.

An intuitive and detailed sense of the dynamics and risks of each transaction. This person should have the ability to look beyond the numbers at the broader trends and research data to forecast and develop strategies for a variety of investment types under management.

This person will be expected to bring a strong institutional ownership perspective and experience to help sustain industry best practices as NYL continues to expand its real estate investment group.

Experience with Taft-Hartley investors is a plus.

Excellent written, oral and presentation skills. Thoughtful listener. A direct and open communication style.

A strong financial background with a solid understanding of real estate valuation metrics.

Ability to think like a principal with concern for the long-term performance of the property.

Must be a motivated, self-starter with ability to work with minimal supervision and to function in a team environment effectively communicating and sharing information with people in other departments within the company.

Hard worker who is willing to travel as appropriate to enhance the value of his/her assets.

Well organized, efficient and a history of productive deal flow.

Detail-oriented with a solid ability to think and communicate strategically.

Strength of character and flexible style, to work successfully with a range of people from peers, staff and the CEO, to investors and other outside professionals. Has the personal presence to deal effectively and independently with these constituencies. Works well within a mid-size organization.


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Based on revenue as reported by “Fortune 500, Ranked within Industries, Insurance: Life, Health (Mutual),” Fortune Magazine, June 15, 2015. See

for methodology.

1. Operating earnings is the key measure use by management to track Company’s profitability from ongoing operations and underlying profitability of the business. This indicator is based on generally accepted accounting principles in the US(GAAP), with certain adjustments Company believes to be appropriate as a measurement approach ( non GAAP), primarily the removal of gains or losses on investments and related adjustments.

2. Assets under management represent Consolidated Domestic and International insurance Company Statutory assets (cash and invested assets and separate account assets) and third party assets principally managed by New York Life Investment management Holdings LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of New York Life Insurance Company.

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New York Life Insurance Company


Patient Care Assistant New York Life Insurance Company - New York City, NY, United States


Location: New York City, NY

Company Profile:
New York Life Insurance has been providing life insurance policies in the Big Apple since it was a tiny seed. While the top mutual life insurer in the US has branched out a bit, it retains its core business: life insurance and annuities. Its products include long-term care insurance and special group policies sold through AARP and other affinity groups and professional associations. New York Life Investments' offerings include mutual funds for individuals and investment management services for institutional investors. Through New York Life International, the firm provides life policies in overseas markets. Founded in 1841, New York Life is owned by its policyholders.