CNL Names Ex-CBRE Chief As President

Jan 27, 2014 No Comments by

CNL Commercial Real Estate has named Ken Loeber, former global chief sales officer for CBRE, as president of real estate services. His newly-created role began on Jan. 13.

Loeber reports to CNL president Paul Ellis. He will be based in the company’s office in Charlotte, NC and oversee the company’s real estate services business and help build and strengthen existing relationships with corporate, institutional, and nonprofit owners and users of real estate.

“Ken is a deeply trusted and innovative leader in our industry with a tremendous track record of growing businesses and establishing lasting client relationships. Furthermore, critical to our culture is his ability to inspire the people he works with to better themselves and their careers,” says Ellis. “I have known Ken for many years and I am grateful to have him on the CNL Commercial Real Estate team as we continue to grow our business and look toward the future.”

Adding strategic new service lines, expanding into new geographic areas across the Sunbelt, and growing the firm’s customer base are among his top priorities. He will also help to recruit high-performing professionals to the company’s existing offices in Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, and California to complement the services CNL already provides in those markets.

“CNL Commercial Real Estate is a very strong company that has been extremely successful over its seven year history in adding key real estate veterans and expanding into new markets,” says Loeber. “I am excited as I see the potential for significant growth on top of that foundation.”

 

Source:  GlobeSt.

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