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Prestigious Awards Program is Produced by SmartCEO Magazine

NEW YORK, N.Y., Aug. 24, 2015 – Elie Rieder, founder and CEO of Castle Lanterra Properties (CLP), has been named a finalist for the Money Manager Awards, Advisory category, presented by SmartCEO magazine. The Money Manager Awards, in the Advisory and Banking categories, honor Greater New York’s advisors, wealth managers and bankers for their commitment to clients.

“The Money Manager Awards are highly prestigious within the financial community,” said Rieder. “I am honored to be a finalist. This reflects the entire Castle Lanterra team’s commitment to intelligent investing in the multifamily real estate space.”

“The financial landscape is ever-changing,” said Jaime Nespor-Zawmon, president of SmartCEO Events. “That’s why we’re recognizing the region’s top money managers for their commitment to helping businesses and individuals build stronger financial futures.”

Money Manager finalists are scored by an independent committee, which conducts an in-depth review of each candidate’s accomplishments, leadership, impact on the business community, philanthropy and service to clients. On-camera interviews provide a view into each finalist’s insight, mentoring activities and career successes. Scores from both parts are combined, and finalists scoring in to top 20 percent are honored as Advisor and Banker of the year.

Finalists and winners will be profiled in the September/October issue of SmartCEO magazine, and honored at an awards ceremony slated for Tuesday, October 13, at BNY Mellon. The event will kick off with a networking reception, followed by a video-packed awards ceremony.

Castle Lanterra Properties, based in Suffern, N.Y. specializes in identifying investment opportunities in multifamily properties. Founded by Elie Rieder, the firm acquires, improves, repositions and manages a portfolio of properties across the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southern U.S., with a proven track record of creating above-market returns for investors. In the past twelve months, Castle Lanterra Properties has acquired $290 million of assets including over 1,900 residential units.