Mitchell Sabshon, who became the CEO of Inland Group in August, will set his sights on helping the company to restore its fundraising momentum. Before the real-estate meltdown, the company was sometimes able to raise hundreds of millions of dollars in a single month. In contrast, the firm raised only $21.6 million during the first two-thirds of this year. "As we shift from the post-market downturn mentality to a more optimistic mentality based on an improving economy, Inland's share of the market will increase dramatically, as it should," Sabshon said.
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