John Pelusi

  • January – Briefs/People

    Gibson to Succeed Pelusi as CEO of HFF; Thornton Named President; Blanca Names Kohl Director of Finance and Operations; CBRE Buys CB Richard Ellis Carmody to Expand Reach in Southeast; DTZ Appoints Quick as Global Chief Executive for Corporate Services; O’Connor Capital Welcomes Co-Founder Rufrano Back as CEO; Scandalios Named Co-Head of HFF’s NYC Office; Avison Young Expands in Metro DC with McShea Acquisition; Lee & Associates Taps Rinkov.

    National 18 December 2013 16:24
  • Gibson to Succeed Pelusi as CEO of HFF; Thornton Named President

    Veteran HFF Inc. executive Mark Gibson will succeed John Pelusi as the firm’s CEO. Joe Thornton, another longtime leader at the company, will take Pelusi’s place as managing member of HFF’s two operating partnerships and will also assume the title of president. Both appointments, and Pelusi’s resignation, will take effect next April 1.

    National 13 November 2013 17:15

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