Robert Rizzi

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  • March – Briefs/People

    Behringer Harvard names O’Hanlon to lead opportunity REITs; Arbor promotes Caulfield to COO; Grosvenor appoints Donohue head of asset management; HFF hires Rizzi as N.Y. managing director; Eastern Consolidated names two senior directors; Christopher Joins CBRE as vice chairman; M-F research firm hires Walters as COO; and Pederson appointed CIO & COO at Chartres.

    National 08 March 2012 21:31

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