Oxford Capital Group makes 3 C-suite appointments

Oxford Capital Group acquired four San Francisco hotels from American Pacific International Capital earlier this year, including the Good Hotel. Photo credit: Oxford Capital Group

Oxford Capital Group promoted Brad Mulvihill, Kerry O’Hare and Sarang Peruri to chief development officer, chief accounting officer and chief operating officer, respectively.

“Brad, Kerry and Sar have all been valuable team members of mine at Oxford for many years,” said John Rutledge, president/CEO of Oxford Capital Group. “As such, I wanted to recognize their many important contributions with these promotions. I look forward to continuing to work closely with them in the months and years ahead as we grow our various Oxford platforms.”

Mulvihill, who now oversees acquisitions and development as CDO, has been involved in more than $1 billion of hospitality transactions over his nearly 15 years at Oxford. Prior to joining the company, Mulvihill worked directly in real estate principal investing in the international development groups at General Growth Properties and Hyatt Hotels Corp.

Kerry O'Hare. Photo credit: Oxford Capital Group

O’Hare first joined Oxford more than 20 years ago. Now, as chief accounting officer, she is responsible for financial reporting, tax, treasury and finance, investor relations, risk management and human resources. Prior to joining the company, O’Hare managed finance and controls at Strategic Hotel Capital and worked in the international corporate offices of Borg Warner Automotive.

Over his career, Peruri has been involved in more than $10 billion in transactions, including more than $1 billion in transactions while at Oxford. Before starting at Oxford more than 10 years ago, Peruri worked in acquisitions and asset management at Sam Zell’s Equity International, where he focused primarily on real-estate-related platform investments in South America and Asia.

Oxford Capital Group, its affiliates and principals have been involved in more than $3 billion of real estate and private equity investments. Its affiliates include Oxford Hotels and Resorts, which manages nearly 4,000 rooms; its senior housing investment and management platform Oxford Living; and its multi-family residential development arm Oxford Residential.