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SELECTLEADERS
REIT Analyst
(SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA) The hire will provide equity analysis onselected REITs and other publicly traded real estatecompanies.

DRA ADVISORS
Asset Manager–Multifamily
(NEW YORK CITY)This position entails working with the acquisitionand disposition departments during the life of the asset.

DBSI-DISCOVERY REAL ESTATE SERVICES
Regional Leasing Advisor/Due Diligence Analyst
(CHICAGO) Perform due diligence for new acquisitions, includingreviewing current and proposed leases, and assessing the leasingmarket for potential acquisitions.

APOLLO EQUITY PARTNERS
VP-Investor Relations
(CHARLOTTE, NC) The firm is seeking someone to function as a seniorrelationship manager for institutional investor relationships,along with managing the closing of funds with investors.
HINES
Market Research Analyst
(WASHINGTON, DC) The company seeks an analyst to gather, analyzeand maintain market research information to support the assetmanagement, acquisitions and development teams.

SELECTLEADERS
VP Construction–NY or CT
(NEW YORK CITY) The company is currently searching for someone tolead the construction activities in multifamily residentialconstruction and renovation, with an annual volume of $30 millionto $50 million, involving major renovation programs and ground-upconstruction.

KPMG CORPORATE FINANCE LLC
Investment Banking–VP
(BALTIMORE) Responsibilities include assessing the likelihood ofsuccess with a prospective debt or equity capital raiseopportunity, establishing senior-level relationships with sourcesof real estate debt and equity capital, and being an integral partof our execution teams.

UNITED PROPERTIES
Senior Director Corporate Solutions–FacilitiesManagement
(BLOOMINGTON, MN) The position is responsible for the overallmanagement of single or multiple client portfolios of propertiesand services.
PromotionsNo more than one submission per company will be considered perweek.
Submissions with multiple names will be capped at three forcoverage in Executive Watch.
MARINERASSET MANAGEMENT
(WEST PALM BEACH, FL) The firm's co-founder, Homer Marshman,becomes managing director. Marshman will continue as generalcounsel.

SINVIN REALTY
(NEW YORK CITY) Co-founder Bruce Sinder retires after threedecades. Newly named principal Michael Glanzberg will shareleadership with principal Christopher Owles. Glanzberg joined thecompany in March 2007 as managing director and generalcounsel.

CB RICHARD ELLIS
(WOODBURY, NY) Ellen Rudin will lead the Long Island operations,succeeding Brian Dugan who will continue in a senior brokerage andbusiness development role. Rudin was senior counsel for CBRE'stri-state legal team since 2006 when she joined the company.

CAPRI CAPITAL PARTNERS
(CHICAGO) Gwendolyn L. Butler fills the newly created position ofpresident and COO. She joined the firm in March 2007 as chiefmarketing officer.

RTKL
(CHICAGO) Sixteen professionals earn promotions. Leading the rosteris Lance Josal, the new executive vice president and leader of theworldwide commercial practice. The promotions included two vicepresidents, five principals, four associates and fourdesigners.

NATIONAL REALTY & DEVELOPMENT
(PURCHASE, NY) Jerrold G. Bermingham moves up to executive vicepresident, development and acquisitions. He previously was managingdirector of development and acquisitions.

CULLEN AND DYKMAN
(NEW YORK CITY) Gary Goldman and C. Nathan Dee are elected partnersin the corporate and bankruptcy practice groups, respectively.Goldman is based in Brooklyn, NY; Dee is based in Garden City,NY.

HANLEY INVESTMENT GROUP
(IRVINE, CA) Eric L. Werner is promoted to vice president. He movesto the position from senior associate.
ERNST & YOUNG
(SAN FRANCISCO) Heather Sibley becomes audit partner in the SanFrancisco office of the firm. She joined E&Y in 1993 andrecently transferred from the Washington, DC office.

NORDBLOM CO.
(BURLINGTON, MA) The firm promotes Adele Olivier to senior vicepresident, director of commercial property and asset management.She joined Nordblom in 2000.

ENTRUST REALTY ADVISORS
(CHICAGO) Jacqueline G. trotter is promoted to associate. Trotter'sexperience includes an internship with D2 Realty Cos. in the assetmanagement group.

SALERNO LIVINGSTON ARCHITECTS/BUILDINGANALYSTS
(SAN DIEGO) Antoinette Sanchez rises to development director fromassociate after 13 years with the company.

LEE & ASSOCIATES D/FW
(DALLAS) Conrad Madsen III becomes a principal in the firm.

LINCOLN PROPERTY CO.
(ATLANTA) Leigh O'Reilly is named assistant vice president ofoffice leasing to mark her third year with the company.

NAI WELSH
(MINNEAPOLIS) The firm's new vice presidents are Dan Friedner,Michael Gelfman and Jeff Jiovanazzo.

GREEN COURTE PARTNERS
(LAKE FOREST, IL) David B. Lentz rises to managing director andKian H. Wagner to vice president. Lentz joined the company in June2003 and Wagner came on board in January 2004.

HOK NEW YORK
(NEW YORK CITY) Promoted to the executive committee were JamesBerge, Chris Korsh and Christopher Laul.

BEACON REALTY CAPITAL
(CHICAGO) Devin S. Huber rises to senior vice president from vicepresident.
NewHiresNo more than one submission per company will be considered perweek.
Submissions with multiple names will be capped at three forcoverage in Executive Watch.
WALLSTREET JOURNAL OFFICE MEDIA NETWORK INC.
(WASHINGTON, DC) Kathleen Turner is named vice president of marketdevelopment. She most recently was vice president of businessdevelopment for Naiop.

NEWMARK KNIGHT FRANK
(NEW YORK CITY) Hal Stein joins as managing principal, heading theDowntown New York City office. His resume includes a 10-year tenureat GVA Williams.

COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL
(SEATTLE) Daniel Dahl and David Gurry come on board as senior vicepresidents at Colliers International's Seattle office. Both comefrom CB Richard Ellis. Laura Hurley, a member of the Dahl/Gurryteam, joins as client services administrator.

SIMONE DEVELOPMENT CO.
(NEW ROCHELLE, NY) Robert E. Montaquiza is hired as vice presidentand director of leasing. He was formerly director of leasing forMack-Cali Realty Corp. in Elmsford, NY.

REXFORD INDUSTRIAL
(LOS ANGELES) The firm appoints Shelly DePalma as assistantcontroller. Her prior experience includes serving as director offinance for CaseStack Inc., as well as corporate controller for theAmerican Golf Corp.

JONES LANG LASALLE
(HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ) Thomas C. Scorsune joins as senior vicepresident, leading the supply chain and logistics consultingpractice in the tri-state region. He joins from National RetailSystems Inc. where he served as senior vice president, globallogistics.

MC SMITH INTERESTS
(DALLAS) David Gehrlein comes on board in an asset management andanalyst role. Prior to joining the company, Gehrlein spent 10 yearsin commercial real estate lending for various banks in the Dallasarea.

DTZ FHO PARTNERS
(BOSTON) Lauria D. Brennan joins as vice president with theDowntown Brokerage Group for leasing. She was formerly leasingdirector with Equity Office Properties Trust.

PRESENT VALUE PROPERTIES
(ORANGE, CA) The firm hires Keri Tabar and Ryan Pate as real estateassociates. Tabar comes from Pointe Commercial, a family-ownedboutique real estate firm. Pate's real estate resume includesserving as a leasing representative at Harsch Investment Propertiesin Las Vegas.

CB RICHARD ELLIS
(SOUTHFIELD, MI, NASHVILLE and BOSTON) Tony Roberts is appointed asan analyst for the recently formed debt and equity service line inthe Detroit office. He was an analyst with Bernard Financial Group.In Nashville, R. Scott Brady joins the capital markets team assenior vice president and co-manager of CBRE/Melody's debt andequity. He was the former vice president and manager for FifthThird Bank. In Boston, Travis D' Amato starts as vice president ofthe capital markets team for the multifamily sector. He had beenwith Apartment Realty Advisors.

UGL EQUIS
(CHICAGO) Bruce T. Hopple joins as senior vice president. Prior toUGL Equis, Hopple was with Colliers Bennett and Kahnweiler. He alsopracticed law in house at Bank One in Ohio and had a privatepractice in Chicago.

MARCUS & MILLICHAP CAPITAL CORP.
(PORTLAND, OR) Steven Wiltshire is named associate director of thePortland office. Prior to joining MCCC, he was an income propertyoffice at Banker's Mutual Inc.

PANATTONI DEVELOPMENT CO.
(DALLAS) Demian P. Salmon starts as senior vice president andproject principal. He spent the past decade in a similar role atJackson-Shaw Co.

JONES LANG LASALLE
(HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ) Thomas C. Scorsune becomes the firm'snewest senior vice president. He most recently was senior vicepresident of global logistics for National Retail SystemsInc.

YOUNAN PROPERTIES
(HOUSTON) Pam Weston is named general manager to oversee a2.2-million-sf office portfolio. Most recently, she was regionalmanager for Henry S. Miller Multi-Management.
CARLTON ADVISORYSERVICES
(NEW YORK CITY) John Raggio comes on board as managing director. Hepreviously was managing director and head of Tremont RealtyCapital's New York City office. Also new to the firm is Ernest F.Rosato Jr., who starts as managing director of Carlton StrategicVentures. Rosato most recently was managing director forMetropolitan Capital.

LINCOLN PROPERTY CO.
(ATLANTA) Joining the team as vice president is David Danhof. Hespent the past seven years as leasing director for Equity OfficeProperties and the rest of his career at Hines.

MEREDIAN CAPITAL GROUP
(NEW YORK CITY) Attorney Daniel Heumann becomes managing directorand senior operating officer in his move from the Kushner Cos.,where was senior vice president and acquisitionsdirector.WEINGARTEN REALTY
(ORLANDO) Starting as director of new business in the Floridamarket is Michael Lynch. The veteran was real estate consultant anddevelopment partner for the Lynch Cos. Inc. for the past sevenyears.

TELES PROPERTIES
(BEVERLY HILLS, CA) The firm adds 20-year veteran Ellen Conrad asits newest agent.

REALTYTRAC INC.
(IRVINE, CA) Larry Spencer starts as vice president for the onlinemarketplace for foreclosure properties.

PIRCHER, NICHOLS & MEEKS
(LOS ANGELES) Ariel B. Robinson begins as an associate in the realestate department.

CHICAGO DEFERRED EXCHANGE CO.
(CHICAGO and NEW YORK CITY) Mark A. Metz is hired as senior vicepresident in the headquarters office and Eric Goldberg starts asregional vice president for the Northeast in the recently openedoffice in New York City.

STUDLEY
(PALO ALTO, CA) The newest member of the Silicon Valley team isKandy Kidd. Kidd, getting an associate director's title to start,most recently was vice president for Horizon ManagementGroup.

FIRST INDUSTRIAL REALTY TRUST
(LOS ANGELES) Jackie Baker comes on board as marketing and leasingmanager for Los Angeles, Northern California and Seattle. She hadbeen an associate at the Staubach Co.

SCOUT REAL ESTATE CAPITAL
(NEW YORK CITY) John Allison assumes the role as chairman of thecorporation. He had been CFO for Kerzner International.

BOKA POWELL
(DALLAS) Tom Dwyer takes his place as principal to focus onhealthcare services.

RTKL
(CHICAGO) The firm's new principals are Terry Wendt, Lori Mukoyamaand Glennon Schaffner. Wendt, a former consultant, will lead theplanning and urban design practice. Mukoyama and Schaffner camefrom Chute Gerdeman, where they were creative director and programdirector, respectively.

SPERRY VAN NESS/FULCRUM
(GREENBRAE, CA) The Fulcrum Commercial Real Estate team hangs aSperry Van Ness shingle, with Scott Raymond and Doug Twillmanbecoming managing directors. Michael Lieberman has been tapped assenior adviser to lead a three-member team.

HEITMAN
(FRANKFURT) Frank Hildwein is named senior vice president ofEuropean private equity. The veteran most recently oversawacquisitions in northern Europe and the UK for German investmentmanager, CGI.

COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL
(SAN JOSE, CA) James Beeger joins the San Jose/Silicon Valley team.Beeger came from Cornish & Carey, where he was an award-winningbroker.

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Anthony J. LoPinto

Tony LoPinto is the Global Sector Leader of Korn Ferry’s Real Estate Practice and founder of SelectLeaders. For the past 18 years LoPinto has been serving his clients with deep knowledge and perspective on talent needs and organizational challenges to public and private companies – knowledge gained from a 25-year career in real estate. Prior to his current position, he founded and served as chief executive officer of a boutique real estate executive search firm, where he oversaw offices in New York, Chicago, Washington, DC, San Francisco and Los Angeles. He has successfully led several high profile search engagements for chief executive officers, directors and a wide-range of executive level positions across all industries and sectors. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in European history from Loyola University in Chicago.