Tabish Rizvi is a senior investment professional and serial entrepreneur with over 12 years of deal execution experience in the real estate, financial services, and healthcare industries. He is a published expert on real estate debt, credit, and equity investing topics. Prior to launching Peloton Street, Tabish held positions with FTI Consulting (Managing Director), Deutsche Bank, and Capco, where he worked with Thomas Weisel Partners in forming a $100mm e/finance and FinTECH incubation fund. More recently, he was a Senior Advisor in the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers, when FTI was selected by the Unsecured Creditors ("UCC") to represent them as class holders of the "fulcrum security" in the liquidation of the failed investment bank. While managing $23b of commercial real estate on behalf of the UCC, he executed over $4.3b of new investment to acquire distressed debt, execute value-add/opportunistic real estate strategies, and restructure legacy capital structures. These investments have already returned incrementally about 2 times the capital invested; and, the remaining (unrealized) deals are on track to generate $18.9b (30% IRR) in proceeds. Alternatively, if the portfolio had been liquidated at the end of 2008, the unsecured creditors would have recovered only $2.5b (a 90% loss). Tabish earned his BS from The Wharton School (W'98) and his MBA from Columbia University (CBS'05).