WASHINGTON, May 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Madison Marquette, a premier national real estate development, leasing and management firm specializing in infill, mixed-use, community and specialty retail properties, announces John Elliott as the company's new Chief Financial Officer/Chief Administrative Officer. With more than 20 years of real estate accounting proficiency including portfolio management, REIT structuring, audits, tax, property management, investor reporting and forecasting, Elliot has extensive experience with both domestic and international institutions. In this position, Elliott will oversee all of Madison Marquette's financial operations. Additionally, the firm's information technology and human resource teams will also report directly to Elliott. He will be based in Madison Marquette's Washington DC office.
"John's real estate investment acumen and his wide array of accompanying skills are highlighted in the accomplishments he has accumulated over the past 20 years; he will be a welcomed addition to Madison Marquette's executive team" said Eric Hohmann, President, Madison Marquette. "John's expertise will enrich our strategic growth objectives, while refining our core business support teams."
Prior to joining Madison Marquette, Elliott was Senior Vice President/Controller and Acting CFO at New Tower Trust Company, a division of Bentall Kennedy. In addition to day-to-day fiscal responsibilities, John executed all aspects of accounting and reporting for a $5 billion multi-employer property trust fund. Prior to New Tower, he worked as a Controller at both national and regional real estate companies including ING Clarion, The John Akridge Companies, CarrAmerica and Ronald Cohen Investments. John is a graduate of the College of William and Mary.
ABOUT MADISON MARQUETTE
Madison Marquette is a private real estate investment and operating company and a member of the global investment firm Capital Guidance, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. Founded in 1992, the firm employs a proven repositioning and redevelopment strategy to create value in infill and mixed-use assets in major urban gateway markets throughout the United States. Madison Marquette enhances returns while mitigating risk by directly controlling and managing the execution of its investment strategies. With more than 230 employees, Madison Marquette covers major U.S. markets through its offices in Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Diego, New York, Philadelphia, Dallas and Fort Lauderdale. For more information, visit the company website at www.MadisonMarquette.com.
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