Steinbridge Group Appoints First CEO
- Apr 27, 2016
New York—The Steinbridge Group of New York City recently appointed Tawan Davis as the first-ever CEO, to oversee the company’s transaction pipeline and day-to-day operations.
A former Wall Street and NYC Economic Development Corp. executive, Davis has held several high-level positions within both the private and public sectors. Prior to joining Steinbridge, he served as CIO & president of Peebles Capital Partners, and prior to that, he handled public-private partnerships for the NYCEDC during the administration of former Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Davis also held positions with Prudential Financial and Goldman Sachs. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Georgetown University, a Master of Science degree in Sociology & Economics from Oxford University, as well as a Master’s degree from the Harvard Business School.
“Tawan has a brilliant eye for real estate finance,” Steinbridge investors said in a statement. “His investment experience within both the public and private sectors in the U.S. and abroad gives him a global perspective on key investment drivers, as well as a strong ability to structure, execute and manage individual real estate investments. We are confident that as Steinbridge’s CEO, Tawan will identify high-quality assets for investment with long-term value on our behalf.”
“I am excited to have the opportunity to advance Steinbridge as a presence in the global real estate investment market,” added Davis. “We have identified several niches within the property market that appeal to our investment partners and bode well for the company’s future.”