WatermanCLARK, the new investment firm formed by Brookfield Property Partners chairman Ric Clark and former Tishman executive Speyer Tod Waterman, has hired industry veteran Jennifer mccool as Chief Operating Officer (COO).
McCool previously spent over 13 years with related companies, where she held various leadership positions, most recently as Executive Vice President and General Counsel, where she was involved in numerous transformative large-scale developments and transactions. scale and helped launch new strategic business platforms.
Prior to joining Related, she spent over six years with Schulte Roth and Zabel, LLP, one of New York’s most respected law firms.
Tishman speyer hired Joseph F. Ritchie to serve as Managing Director of Business Development and Head of Diversity and Inclusion.
Ritchie has held a variety of leadership roles in real estate, government and economic development, most notably as the founding CEO of the Town of Newark Economic Development Corporation under the leadership of Mayor Cory Booker.
Most recently, he served as Senior Vice President of Development at Brandywine Realty Trust. His other real estate experience includes leadership roles with Trammell Crow Company, The Burks Companies and Lomax Real Estate Partners.
In addition, he spent time as a consultant at Deloitte and helped create a program to support minority entrepreneurs in Cape Town, South Africa.
Ritchie received his MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and his BS from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
SJP Properties announced that Alexander Erdos joined the company as Senior Vice President – Leasing and Marketing.
Erdos will work directly with SJP Properties Founder and CEO Steve Pozycki to oversee business development, leasing and marketing, with a focus on expanding SJP’s entire portfolio.
Prior to joining SJP, Erdos held the position of Vice President at CBRE in Midtown Manhattan, where he was an integral part of the Northeast Consulting team responsible for advising and representing a wide range of homeowners and occupants in the areas. offices and life sciences.
During his career, Erdos has represented numerous occupiers and publicly traded companies, including Sony, Pfizer, Inc. and Nestlé.
Early in his career with Eastern Consolidated, he gained fundamental experience in financial markets and investment sales.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a law degree from Suffolk University Law School.
Genesis Companies announced that three new professionals have joined the company.
Anthony Anderson has been appointed COO; Basil Marshall assumed the role of Project Manager, Residential Construction; and Malik Brown joined Genesis as a development associate.
Anthony anderson joins Genesis from US banking group PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), where he led the firm’s leasing and finance practice. Anderson will focus on strategic initiatives, investor relations and compliance at Genesis. He will also be responsible for expanding the firm’s financial resources, optimizing its financial structures and ensuring best operational practices.
Basil marshall joined the firm to lead its efforts to improve and optimize the physical plant of its residential buildings. He previously held the position of Project Manager for New York Residential Works.
Malik brown was previously a development associate at Metro Futures LLC. In his new role, he will provide project management support in a variety of business verticals.
Lightstone Expands Its Lightstone Capital Real Estate Debt Platform With The Hiring Of Lance Wright as general manager, responsible for origins, central region.
The new Central Region office will be based in Dallas and will cover the Southwest, Southeast and Midwest regions of the United States.
Dallas will be New York-based Lightstone Capital’s third office after opening a West Coast office in Los Angeles in February.
Wright, a real estate finance industry veteran with over three decades of experience, joined Lightstone Capital from ACORE Capital, where he served as Managing Director in their Dallas office. Previously, he was Regional Director at GE Capital Real Estate.
He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from SMU and an MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Gray stone announced that Romano Tio, Senior Managing Director, has joined the Commercial Finance team led by New York-based Scott Chisholm.
Tio will focus on creating large-scale loans across a range of platforms while working to expand the company’s lending business to a wider range of business asset classes.
With 30 years of experience in the CRE sector, Tio joins Greystone after leaving Ackman-Ziff, where he was Senior Managing Director. Prior to Ackman-Ziff, Romano co-founded RM Capital Management and, prior to that, was co-founder of Distressed Commercial Mortgage Principal Investments at HCP Real Estate, a subsidiary of the multi-billion dollar hedge fund Harbinger Capital Partners.
Haven Capital announced the hiring of Hal Pohl as West Coast Acquisitions Manager.
Pohl will oversee Haven Capital’s deal creation activities as the company expands its land rental platform nationwide.
He brings more than two decades of experience across the entire transaction cycle on a diverse range of asset types.
Pohl was previously Managing Director of Wells Fargo, where he led an origination team serving large-scale clients with broad geographic portfolios.
Signature bank announced several appointments, promotions and leadership transitions.
After 21 years of service, Mark Sigona, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, has announced his retirement, effective June 30, 2021.
Eric R. Howell, Senior Executive Vice President, Corporate and Business Development since 2013, will assume the role of Chief Operating Officer, including his current role overseeing some of the Bank’s national activities and West Coast operations .
Howell has worked for Signature Bank since its inception, during which time he held positions of increasing responsibility, including Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, after initially joining as Controller.
Peter Quinlan, executive vice president and treasurer, also announced his retirement after nearly two decades with the bank.
Kevin hickey, senior vice president and chief risk officer for five years, will return to the treasury department as vice president and chief investment officer and treasurer.
Hickey, a colleague of the Bank since 2004, began his tenure as Associate Treasurer and assumed the additional title of Senior Vice President several years later. In total, he spent 12 years in the treasury department of the Bank.
Keisha hutchinson was appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, joining Signature Bank from KPMG where she was an audit partner for five years.
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Vito Susca will advance to the newly created position of Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer and assume various operational responsibilities. He was Chief Financial Officer and Chief Financial Officer from 2013 to 2021, after having held the position of Executive Vice-President and Controller since joining the Bank in 2004.
Stephen wyremski, Senior Vice-President and Controller since joining the Bank in 2015, will be promoted to Senior Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer.
Catherine Donald-Grove, Senior Vice President and Director of Product Management Services, has been promoted to Product Manager, also a newly created position.
Dawn juliano has been appointed to the newly created post of Senior Vice President and Deputy Chief Loan Officer.
Thomas Caliendo joined RIPCO real estate as a broker, where he will develop the company’s presence in the Borough of Queens, among other markets.
Caliendo has extensive experience working with key brands including T-Mobile, First National Bank and Paris Baguette.
Before joining RIPCO, he was a director and senior broker at Winick Realty Group. Previously, he was an agent at Saber Real Estate Group, where he guided local, national and multinational clients in commercial real estate acquisitions, lease obligations, repositionings and asset dispositions.
Caliendo received his Masters in Financial Planning from Molloy College and his BA from SUNY Farmingdale, with a double major in Business Administration and Professional Communications.
Madison Realty Capital announced this seasoned real estate finance executive Urian yap joined the firm as CFO.
Yap most recently served as Senior Vice President of The Blackstone Group where he led both the Global Lending Operations team of Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies (BREDS), representing over $ 20 billion in gross assets, as well as the Blackstone Mortgage Trust financial reporting team. Inc. (NYSE: BXMT).
Prior to joining Blackstone, Yap was Assistant Controller at Colony Capital and earlier in his career held financial reporting positions in the Morgan Stanley real estate group as well as roles in Duff’s corporate litigation advisory practices. & Phelps and Ernst & Young. .
Yap holds a BBA from Emory University with a concentration in Accounting. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and an inactive Chartered Public Accountant in the State of Georgia.
Vornado Real Estate Trust announced the promotion of Jan LaChapelle to the executive vice-president – responsible for capital markets.
LaChapelle joined Vornado in 2014 and most recently was senior vice president of capital markets.
Prior to joining Vornado, she was a member of the Wells Fargo Real Estate Banking Group for ten years.
LaChapelle succeeds Mark Hudspeth who is leaving Vornado to become head of US financial markets at Blackstone Real Estate.
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