Alex Lacher is Director – Investments at Domain Capital Advisors LLC, a SEC-registered investment adviser and a subsidiary of Domain Capital Group. In his time with Domain, Mr. Lacher has been responsible for over $4.6 billion in new investments and recapitalizations, while also managing over $2.5 billion of assets on behalf of the firm’s clients. He joined Domain as an Associate in 2014, rising to Vice President in 2017 and Director in 2019.
Mr. Lacher began his career with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta in 2009 where he analyzed banks’ collateral valuations and their impairment following the GFC. The following year, Mr. Lacher joined CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm, as a Financial and Research Analyst. Mr. Lacher’s primary responsibilities included lease underwriting, market research, and quarterly reporting on the Atlanta Office and Industrial property markets.
Immediately prior to Domain, Mr. Lacher was a Senior Associate at CohnReznick Capital, a subsidiary of CohnReznick LLP, a top national accounting, tax, and advisory firm. In this role, Mr. Lacher was involved in over $1 billion worth of investment banking and consulting engagements within the commercial real estate sector—from equity placements for single asset and portfolio transactions, fund placements, and parent company investments.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Lacher has been actively involved in over $6 billion worth of investments across several asset classes and investment structures, including a 20,000+ unit multifamily real estate operating company, $300+ million in multifamily and office preferred equity, office acquisitions and development, agriculture and aquaculture, seniors housing, land and single family residential development, securitized debt acquisitions, and fund of funds.
Mr. Lacher earned his Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business and an Investment Management Certificate from Harvard Business School. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the ULI Capital Markets Council, and the Pension Real Estate Association (PREA).