Around the Industry: Hirings and Promotions
- Dec 07, 2011
December 7, 2011
By Nicholas Ziegler, News Editor
NAI Horizon Picks Bartle as President of Property Management
NAI Horizon has selected Barry Bartle as president of its property-management division, and he will be responsible for the division’s strategic repositioning – with a goal of growing the office’s management portfolio to 10 million square feet of office, retail and industrial properties. Bartle has led property management divisions for such firms as RREEF, Cushman & Wakefield Inc. and Pacific Office Properties. A recipient of numerous property management service awards and letters of recognition within the industry, Bartle’s extensive background in asset management and commercial property services includes the supervision and direction of more than $2 billion in real estate investments for more than 100 clients.
Jaccom Named Co-Chair of New York Region for Colliers
Colliers International has named Mark Jaccom, currently CEO of the New York tri-state region, as co-chairman of the region. Jaccom will continue to serve as a member of the executive committee together with Robert L. Freedman, co-chairman; Michael T. Cohen, president; Andrew Roos, vice chairman; Brian Given, vice chairman; and Joseph Caridi, CEO. During Jaccom’s tenure he oversaw the hiring of more than 50 professionals across the tri-state’s multiple offices in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, assembled an industry-leading consulting division, enhanced the organization’s corporate services capabilities and new client opportunities and played a key role in the integration of the tri-state operation into Colliers International’s global platform.
Towle to Become Chief Marketing Officer for Resource Real Estate
Resource Real Estate, located in Philadelphia, has named John Towle as the firm’s chief marketing officer. An industry veteran with more than 20 years experience in financial services marketing, Towle comes to Resource Real Estate from Cole Real Estate Investments, where he served as CMO for three years. Prior to Cole, he was director & SVP of Marketing for ING’s mutual-fund business for five years, in addition to working in a variety of marketing roles at Fidelity Investments for approximately 11 years. He will be responsible for all marketing efforts and will bring the firm’s products to market and drive capital flow through the broker-dealer channel.
Del Roio Hired as Beech Street’s VP of Credit
Beech Street Capital has announced the appointment of Rick Del Roio as vice president of credit. Based in Beech Street’s Bethesda office, Del Roio will be responsible for managing underwriting for the lender’s Freddie Mac business. Del Roio spent the last five years at Freddie Mac, most recently as associate director for multi-family credit and underwriting. In that position he oversaw a team of underwriting analysts for the Southeast Region and acted as the credit authority for transactions under $15 million. During his time at Freddie Mac, Del Roio also personally served as underwriter for over $4 billion in transactions. Prior to joining the agency, Del Roio spent nearly six years with Deutsche Bank Berkshire Mortgage as senior underwriter, underwriting multifamily transactions throughout the United States.