Verica Jensen manages multiple credit funds for Monarch Private Capital. Jensen works with low-income housing funds, historic credit funds, mill revitalization funds, solar and renewable energy funds and many other proprietary state and federal fund offerings.
Jensen is also responsible for individual fund maintenance, financial modeling and performance metrics for MPC funds, as well as critical compliance requirements such as annual project inspections, project developer compliance for K-1s and related financial data. Jensen also manages “agreed upon procedures” and compliance as part of the annual audit process of MPC funds.
Prior to joining Monarch Private Capital, Jensen served as an experienced tax accountant at Williams, Benator & Libby, LLP, a public accounting firm. There, Jensen was responsible for filing federal and state tax returns on behalf of corporate, partnership and institutional taxpayers. Verica’s prior work in significant tax matters for large institutions is a valuable asset to MPC and our investors.
Verica Jensen earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from the University of Belgrade and a master’s degree in taxation from Georgia State University.