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Asana Partners names Holton CFO


Asana Partners, a vertically integrated retail real estate investment management firm, today announced Micah Holton has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer.


Holton previously was Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer of MAA, an S&P 500 company with a total capitalization of $16 billion. Holton oversaw all aspects of accounting, external reporting, and SEC compliance and was instrumental in the company's mergers and related integrations with Post Properties and Colonial Properties.


"Micah has deep experience in real estate public accounting, finance, and investment execution," commented Jason Tompkins, President and Chief Operating Officer of Asana Partners. "He is an exceptional addition to our team and will be key in helping us continue to create value for our investors."


A Certified Public Accountant, Holton previously worked with Ernst & Young LLP where he served both public and private companies. He graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from the University of Memphis.

Asana Partners is a retail real estate company investing in high-growth markets across the United States. The Company was founded in 2015 by industry veterans Terry Brown, Jason Tompkins, and Sam Judd, whose extensive experience owning and operating retail real estate spans varied market cycles and evolving consumer and retailer preferences. In January, the company announced the final close of Asana Partners Fund I with $500 million of equity commitments.

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