Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers LLC The Hartford, Connecticut-based global real estate investment managers has hired two managing directors-- Joy Winter field in Chicago and Albert Yang in London. Both start in September. Winter field is managing director of global portfolio management and part of Cornerstone's global executive team. Yang is head of business development Europe. Winterfield has more than 25 years of experience, more than half of which has been focused on the private equity and real estate investment industries. Previously she worked eight years at Allstate Investments LLC, where she most recently was director of global private equity real estate. Yang joins Cornerstone after four years at JP Morgan Asset Management (NYSE: JPM), where he was executive director of global real assets, responsible for capital raising, investor relations and business development for institutional investors in the Europe-Middle-East-Africa region investing in global real estate. Cornerstone has nearly $50 billion in assets under management.
DLC—The Woodland Hills, California, provider of on-demand finance and accounting solutions, including M&A due diligence and post-merger financial integration services, has hired Sonata Taman and Erin Cohen client services directors in Los Angeles. Taman started her career at Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) as an SAP project manager, worked as project manager ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) and Equity Residential, and then worked in business development at RHMR. Cohen has more than 15 years of professional services experience in the finance and accounting space including Century Group, Resources Global and Lucas Group. Her business development efforts Fortune 500 clients in media and entertainment, healthcare, aerospace and defense, and financial services. Before joining DLC, Cohen was a director of business development with RGP.