Kamara Batchelor is the new director of fund and corporate accounting at Noble Investment Group. Batchelor, a specialist in audit, tax, fund management, REIT compliance, and cash flow projections and analytics, previously held a position at One10, a consulting firm focused on CFO and transaction services, Noble said in a statement.
“Kam is a valuable addition to our team,” said George Dabney, managing principal and CFO, Noble Investment Group. “He brings with him an impressive track record that will enhance the continuous growth of Noble’s institutional investment management platform.”
Batchelor also spent 10 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he worked with real estate clients. He was also a member of the launch team for the Center of Excellence verticals, the statement added.
Batchelor is a certified public accountant who earned both his master’s and bachelor degrees in accountancy from the University of Florida.
In July, Noble, led by Mit Shah as founder and CEO, announced the acquisition of 10 WoodSpring Suites hotels in the southeastern United States, aiming to enhance market positioning and performance through physical improvements across the portfolio.