Executive Moves: DAK Group, Curcio Mirzaian Sirot and more

Executive Moves is an occasional feature on ROI-NJ.com describing some of the important personnel changes in the New Jersey business community. Reports are based on news releases, edited for content, clarity and style.

Joshua Andermarch, DAK Group

The DAK Group, a boutique investment bank specializing in maximizing value for middle market companies, announced that Josh Andermarch has joined the firm as an associate.

“We have grown and built DAK by attracting great people to work at our firm,” said Alan J. Scharfstein, president of the DAK Group. “We continue to add top talent to expand our team, as so many clients are taking advantage of the strong middle market M&A environment.”

Andermarch has joined the DAK team as an associate to support DAK’s middle-market business clients as they navigate the mergers & acquisitions landscape. He will combine his entrepreneurial experience with his financial analysis and transaction know-how to identify value and opportunity for clients.

Carly M. Clinton, Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC

Curcio Mirzaian Sirot LLC has announced that Carly M. Clinton has joined the firm as an associate attorney. She will join the Community Association Law, Real Estate and Litigation practice groups.

At her prior firm in New York City, Clinton concentrated her practice on the representation of condominium and homeowners associations and cooperatives, as well as developers of community associations. Her representation spanned a broad range of matters, including general cooperative governance, amendments to governing documents, transition from developer to unit owners and construction defect litigation. Clinton also has substantial experience in community association loan transactions, having gained valuable insight by representing lenders as they financed the development of cooperatives and condominium communities.

She is admitted to the New Jersey and New York state bars, as well as the Southern District of New York and Eastern District of New York. Clinton earned her J.D. from the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, where she served as a law journal editor, and a B.A., magna cum laude, from St. John’s University.

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC is pleased to welcome new associate attorney Robert X. Moorman. Moorman works from the firm’s New Providence office with the firm’s Education Law, Municipal Law, Redevelopment and Business and Corporate practice groups.

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor also is pleased to welcome new associate attorney John Edward Malchow. Malchow works from the firm’s New Providence office with the firm’s Education Law and Municipal Law practice groups

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC was founded in 1996 by New Jersey Governor James Florio after leaving public office and Michael J. Perrucci, well known as a litigation trial attorney in numerous million dollar federal and state cases.

Trish Maraski, Princeton Wholesale

Princeton Wholesale announced that Trish Maraski has joined the company’s Operations Team as vice president of underwriting. In this role, Maraski will oversee underwriting as an integral part of the company’s vision for process improvement while continuing to provide an effortless mortgage for Broker Partners and their borrowers.

“At its core, the pull-through line in my career is defined by the constant of delivering superior results, organizational growth and a passion to grow people,” said Maraski. “I approach any project I undertake with two goals in mind — excellence and customer experience.”

Maraski brings over 25 years of mortgage experience in processing, business optimization and underwriting. She has been at the foundation for operational customer success at PHH Mortgage, NewRez LLC and Plaza Home Mortgage Inc. Throughout her career, Maraski has established herself as an innovator of data, tech and strategy.

Parker McCay

New Jersey law firm Parker McCay welcomes five new associates.

Mohammad Shaiful Kashem, Kaitlin McCaffrey, Merve Ocak, and Alexis Smith join growing practice areas throughout the firm. In addition, Jeffrey Catalano has joined the firm.

  • Shaiful Kashem focuses his practice in the area of public finance law.
  • McCaffrey joins the public schools and education practice.
  • Ocak concentrates her practice in medical malpractice defense.
  • Smith joins the firm’s Municipal Law Department.
  • Catalano has joined its Public Schools and Education Department.

Denholtz Properties

Denholtz Properties, a privately held, vertically integrated commercial real estate investment and development company, announces several new hires aimed at enhancing and streamlining internal financial and construction operations to support the firm’s strategic vision and growth.

  • Joseph Fernandez joins as director of construction and will oversee all construction on the company’s visionary development pipeline spanning over 600,000 square feet across New Jersey.
  • Further bolstering the firm’s in-house construction capabilities, Denholtz Properties has also hired Parth Patel as a project manager.
  • New additions to the finance team include Mark Mahasky as director of capital transactions, with William Ryan and Olivia Ham joining as senior portfolio analysts.

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Dresdner Robin

Land-use consultancy Dresdner Robin announced that the firm has hired three new employees: Senior Project Manager Christine A. Arico, Senior Engineer Benjamin J. Zoller and landscape architect Mark Robison. The new senior team members will serve the firm’s growing roster of public and private sector clients.

“We’re thrilled to add Christine, Benjamin and Mark to our team. Each of them brings a wealth of industry experience that will benefit our growing client base,” said Tony Ianuale, chief operating officer and chief financial officer at Dresdner Robin. “Our expansion is a testament to our mission to provide clients with transformational results that also benefit the environment and the community as a whole.”

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Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss

The board of trustees of Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss are pleased to announce the hiring of several new staff members to support Imagine’s growing program in Newark.

  • Giovanna Peacock joins Imagine as Newark program manager.
  • Angela Vivar is Imagine Newark’s senior program associate.
  • Kelsey Fama joins the Newark Team as program associate.

In addition to the new members of Imagine’s Newark team, Imagine is also welcoming Daris Mendez to the Mountainside team.

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