Noble Announces Leadership Promotions

USA, Atlanta, Georgia. May 16, 2023

Noble Investment Group ("Noble") today announced recent promotions across its investment, capital markets, finance, and asset management teams, reflecting the firm's continued commitment to the professional development and advancement of its talented and long-tenured team.

· Dan Konzelmann has been promoted to Vice President. He is responsible for executing strategies across Noble's investment platforms.

· Emily Feeney has been promoted to Senior Director. She is responsible for financing new asset acquisitions, managing capital market relationships, and asset sales.

· Jeff Pennington has been promoted to Senior Director. He is responsible for internal and external reporting, fund modeling, and valuations.

· Bo Zhang has been promoted to Senior Associate. He is responsible for information, data, and analytics for our asset management team and investment management strategies.

"We are extremely proud of these Noble leaders and their well-deserved promotions," said Mit Shah, Noble CEO. "We look forward to their continued growth and contributions to the success of our organization as we expand and execute the depth and breath of our investment strategies."

Noble is pleased to announce recent promotions across its investment, capital markets, finance, and asset management teams.

About Noble Investment Group

Business Contact:

Scarlett Reveron
Director of Communications
Noble Investment Group
T: +1 404-682-1906
E: [email protected]

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