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Vice President

Michael Fioravanti

Michael is a Vice President with Fifth Third’s Real Estate Investment Banking group, a part of Fifth Third Securities, Inc. (“FTS”). He focuses on a variety of real estate engagements, including single-asset and portfolio monetization’s, mergers and acquisitions, transactions, developer selections, and project-level equity and debt placements. Since joining Fifth Third in 2021 as a member of H2C Securities Inc., a healthcare-focused M&A and strategic advisory firm acquired by the Bank in 2020, Michael has assisted in the execution of deals across multiple asset classes including healthcare, industrial, retail and multi family. Previously, Michael was an Associate in the New York Middle Market Investment Sales Group of Cushman & Wakefield, focusing on building and land sales in Manhattan and the Bronx. Michael received a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management from St. Bonaventure University. He is a Registered Uniform Securities Agent (Series 63) and an Investment Banking Limited-Representative (Series 79).

About Fifth Third Investment Banking

Navigating the complexities of today’s market requires a specialized and experienced advisor. Fifth Third Investment Banking partners with owner-operators, strategics and financial sponsors to provide mergers & acquisitions (M&A), capital raising and strategic advisory services, both sell-side and buy-side. Our professionals have a long track record of tailoring solutions to unlock value and help our clients reach their critical business milestones. We collaborate across industries and geographies to provide every client with thoughtful advice and diligent transaction execution, supported by a full-service capital markets platform and a leading commercial bank. We have a national presence from coast to coast with over 125 investment bankers, six industry groups and eight offices.
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