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Common Bond Capital adds Jamason, Guy as directors

Coronado-based Common Bond Capital Partners LLC has added real estate and finance attorney Ellen Jamason and real estate developer David Guy as managing directors as the firm increases its capabilities to acquire and turn around stalled land development projects troubled by defaulted municipal bonds.

Jamason brings broad experience in law, business and government affairs. She has been a partner at two major international law firms, specializing in complex land development projects, renewable energy, corporate real estate, and public/private partnerships, as well as the repositioning of distressed real estate assets.

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Jamason was senior director of real estate and site development for Cisco Systems Inc. At Cisco she also led the state and local government affairs team, advising executives on public policy issues.

Guy has an extensive background in real estate, both at large publicly traded land development or homebuilding companies and as a founder of the GS Companies, a group of real estate development, consulting and advisory firms specializing in the southeastern United States.

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