Crayhill Capital Management, a New York-based, minority-owned private credit manager focused on asset-based investments, appointed Daniel Shlomi general counsel.

Shlomi will be responsible for all legal matters and processes across the firm. This will include leveraging his deep expertise to work alongside Crayhill’s investment team to manage the full spectrum of deal documentation that supports the firm’s investment activities.

Prior to joining Crayhill, Shlomi was an attorney at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld from 2012 to 2022. At Akin, Shlomi focused on commercial real estate transactions, including the acquisition, sale, development and financing of real estate and real estate-based assets. He advised a variety of clients in the real estate industry, including investment funds, home office and individual investors, REITs, commercial developers and institutional lenders.

“We, and our investors, are gaining access to tremendous expertise by bringing on Daniel, who we have worked closely with in the past during his time at Akin and have long been impressed by. His deep experience in understanding, negotiating, and managing the legal framework underpinning our private credit investing activities will provide us with enormous leverage as we continue to successfully scale and grow our firm,” Josh Eaton, co-founder and managing partner at Crayhill, said.

“I am excited to join such a talented team during this exciting phase in Crayhill’s growth. I look forward to contributing to Crayhill’s expansion in the asset-based private credit space through its development and deployment of creative financing solutions,” Shlomi said.