Magaly Viezcas is a Vice President in the Self-Storage Group at Crow Holdings Capital, where she manages multiple assets both under construction and operating from New York to California. She has been affiliated with the firm since 2017.
Prior to joining CHC, Magaly spent six years at TPG Capital, L.P. in Fort Worth, Texas. Magaly spent her first two years at TPG as a Corporate Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) Analyst and was subsequently promoted to Senior Analyst for the remainder of her time. In this role, Magaly was the lead for TPG’s Asia platform ($6B AUM and $45M annual spending), for which she coordinated quarterly and annual financial reviews, managed budget and forecasting software upgrades and developed an expense allocation model.
Magaly received an M.B.A. degree from St. Mary’s University and a B.B.A. in Accounting from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Magaly is a member of The Real Estate Council and the Self-Storage Association.
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