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Megatel Homes promotes two in capital markets division

Megatel Capital Investment moves Kris Masias to vice president, Stormi Mills to manager

Megatel Capital Investment, Megatel Homes’ capital markets division, announced it has promoted Kris Masias to serve as the company's vice president, sales desk and operations.

Kris Masias, vice president, sales desk and operations, Megatel Capital Investments,"Kris Masias, a seasoned and talented financial services professional, has proven to be a key asset to our company," Megatel Capital Investment Executive Vice President and Managing Director William Hoppe said in a statement.

"Kris’ organizational and management skills coupled with his decade of experience in the industry position him as the ideal person to help drive Megatel's strategic growth initiatives," he added.

Masias has been in the financial services industry for 10 years and previously held the position of vice president of sales, central territory/RIA channel at Megatel. Prior to joining Megatel, he served as a regional vice president of sales at Voya Financial.Stormi Miller, manager of operations and client relationships, Megatel Capital Investment

Along with Masias’ promotion, Megatel announced it is promoting Stormi Mills to operations and client relationship manager. Mills joined Megatel in February of this year and served as an operations administrator for the company before taking on this new role. She has more than 10 years of experience in the operational and customer service experience in the alternative investments industry.

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