Rudin Succeeds Taubman as Roundtable Chair


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Rudin was a founding member of the organization in 1999.

WASHINGTON, DC—William Rudin has assumed the chairmanship of the Real Estate Roundtable, succeedingTaubman Centers CEO Robert Taubman in this capacity. The vice chairman and CEO of Rudin Management Co., among the most prominent private owners in New York City, Rudin was a founding member of the Roundtable in 1999 and has served as chairman-elect for the past year.

“Thanks to his deep engagement over the years, and the respect he enjoys from peers and elected officials at all levels of government, Bill Rudin has contributed immeasurably to the Roundtable’s success in Washington,” says Jeffrey DeBoer, the Roundtable’s president and CEO. He adds that among the areas in which Rudin has participated include tax and technology issues, homeland security policy “and real estate’s positive role in creating jobs and addressing U.S. energy challenges. I’m thrilled to be working with Bill in this new role, and look forward to many policy successes under his leadership.”…

Rudin Succeeds Taubman as Roundtable Chair

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