EY Taps Grinis to Lead Real Estate Practice

A 30-year veteran of the global consulting firm, Grinis will oversee a 15,000-member team that serves some 6,000 clients. He succeeds Howard Roth, who will retire on June 30.
EY has named Mark Grinis to head its global real estate, hospitality and construction practice. The consulting firm announced on Wednesday that Grinis will succeed Howard Roth, the real estate unit’s longtime chief, who will retire June 30. Grinis previously led EY’s real estate unit in the central U.S. region and ran the organization’s global real estate private equity practice.

“Over the course of my 30-year career with EY, I have watched our industry evolve from what was a niche and highly localized business to today, where global capital finds its way into every commercial center around the world,” Grinis told Commercial Property Executive…

EY Taps Grinis to Lead Real Estate Practice

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