Mr. Moncada has extensive business experience and a high degree of success in several areas. He has been recognized by a National Association as one of the highest producing brokers in the United States with closed transactions in excess of $ 114,000,000 in one calendar year. Moncada specializes in the oil and gas industry and was recently licensed on a federal and state level as a securities agent through Stillpoint Capital Member FINRA/SIPC.
In the early 1990’s, he managed a division of Prudential California Realty in southern California which was later acquired by Warren Buffet on behalf of Berkshire Hathaway. Past clients include Allen Paulson, Founder of Gulfstream Aerospace, known for its’ G series luxury private jets. Mr. Moncada personally managed In excess of $100,000,000 in real estate holdings for Mr. Paulson throughout the United States. He has represented Joan Kroc, late wife of Ray Kroc, the Founder of McDonald’s, Kirk Kerkorian, CEO/owner of MGM Film Studios and MGM Casinos, also Herb Boyer, Founder of Genentech and one of the discoverers of the world’s first recombinant DNA organism. Other clients include Lawrence Welk and his family.
Mr. Moncada has vast known in the development and marketing of golf course communities
in southern California. These communities include Steele Canyon, Del Mar Country Club in Rancho Santa Fe as well as the famed Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe. Mr. Moncada was the exclusive Broker of Record for both golf courses in Rancho Santa Fe, California.
Mr. Moncada, with his partner, purchased sub-performing pharmacies throughout the United States from CVs Pharmacies in 2002 and added additional locations. Within three years of those initial acquisitions, merged with Moms Pharmacy, based in New York State and went public in March 2005. The company is still actively traded on the NASDAQ.
Mr. Moncada has also been certified to handle the liquidation of failed bank assets for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (F.D.l.C.). He maintains a Broker’s license in the States of Texas and California as of 2013.
While attending Baylor University on a full four-year tennis scholarship, he earned recognition as a top rank collegiate. While In high school, he won 2 junior state tennis titles in Texas, one in singles and one in doubles.