In Episode 43 of Accredited Investor Markets Radio host Christopher Cahill and Marty Coyne, Chief Technology Officer of ConnectedInvestors, discuss what investors should understand about online investment platforms and about the people behind the deals being offered. Further, Cahill and Coyne talk about deal areas into which online equity investment platforms may venture in due course.
Learn more about Marty Coyne and CollectedInvestors here.
Martin Coyne is the Chief Technology Officer of Connected Investors, the world’s largest Real estate investing Community and Marketplace. Connected Investors provides lead generation for online lenders/online marketplaces.
Coyne plays a key role in shaping CI’s technology strategy as the company is delivering on its promises to simplify the exchange of real estate for investors.
The transformational impact that technology can provide characterized Coyne’s career at GTE and as an executive at Motorola, where his teams drove more than $1B of new business revenue to his company and its partners. Leveraging that success, Coyne launched a global consulting practice from which he helped businesses of all sizes develop and deliver disruptive solutions to the market.
Leveraging the Connected Investors Community, numbering over 250,000 members, the Connected Investors Marketplace, is unique as you can buy pieces of deals (Through syndicating crowd funding platforms deals on their site) single deals (Typical commercial & residential investment properties) and packages of deals (Bulk property / note purchases) – all while allowing their network of lenders to providing funding options for the available investments.
Mr. Cahill is counsel with Lowis & Gellen LLP, in Chicago, Illinois. He guides secured lenders, creditors, debtors, creditors’ committees, potential purchasers and others through bankruptcy cases, out-of-court workouts, assignments for the benefit of creditors, and receiverships. Mr. Cahill has substantial mega-case experience at national law firms representing very large debtors, and has counseled and…
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