Online real estate technology startup Ten-X has hired Camille Renshaw as Head of the Institutional Group. In her new role, Renshaw will oversee Ten-X Commercial’s institutional division which works with hedge funds, private equity groups, financial firms and large corporations to help investment managers buy and sell commercial properties on the company’s online transaction platform.
“Camille’s unique experience, proven leadership and sterling reputation across all corners of the commercial real estate industry makes her a perfect fit for effectively engaging our expanding roster of Institutional clients and ensuring that we consistently deliver what they need to be successful,” said Gordon Smith, General Manager of the Ten-X commercial real estate division.
Renshaw has more than 20 years of experience in real estate and has closed more than $20 billion in transactions over the course of her career. Most recently, she was a senior director at the Stan Johnson Company, where she founded the company’s New York office. Prior to her time at Stan Johnson Company, she was the director of investment sales at Colliers International, where she was one of the company’s Top 40 Worldwide Producers.
Renshaw has established herself as an industry leader, making frequent speaking appearances at industry events, authoring articles and being quoted extensively by a number of leading real estate publications. A member of the Board of both CREW NY and CCIM NYC, she was recognized as a “Woman of Influence” by Real Estate Forum, and named one of “NYC’s 15 Women to Watch in Real Estate” by Sokol Media.
Renshaw’s arrival at Ten-X is the latest in a series of high-profile additions to the company’s commercial real estate division. Last month, longtime real estate executive Eric Paulsen joined the company as a senior vice president for business development, and was followed by veteran marketing executive Maureen Waters, who assumed the role of chief marketing officer for the division. Renshaw will be based in the company’s New York office.
“Ten-X represents the future of commercial real estate transactions,” said Renshaw, who joined the company on August 1st. “Buyers, sellers and brokers all need the ease of use, global access, and liquidity that the Ten-X online platform delivers, and I’m looking forward to bringing some of the biggest and best-known commercial real estate names into the Ten-X marketplace.”