Retail real estate firm Weitzman hires a new CFO as it prepares for growth, and Younger Partners picks up a commercial real estate veteran in this week’s Personnel Moves.
Stephanie Toliver Joins Weitzman
Weitzman, one of the state’s leading commercial real estate services, has hired experienced financial executive Stephanie Toliver, CPA, as its chief financial officer.
Toliver recently served as the CFO for HealthCap Partners, where she was responsible for financial reporting, investor relations, debt procurement, and coordination of acquisition and disposition of assets, among other duties. She entered the finance and accounting profession in 2001 with KPMG.
“As Weitzman gears up for more growth, we needed the right person to direct the financial aspects of the firm,” says Weldon Simons, Weitzman’s chief operating officer. “We found that person with Stephanie, who brings the highest level of experience and professionalism to our firm.”
In this position, Toliver will manage the company’s finances, assess financial risks and opportunities, and set and track financial goals, objectives, and budgets.
Toliver is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Younger Partners Hires Greg Hoffman
Commercial real estate veteran Greg Hoffman has joined Younger Partners brokerage team.
Hoffman previously served as senior vice president of Colliers International. The 40-year veteran of commercial real estate in Dallas will continue working with both office tenants and owners.
“Hoffman is well-respected in the industry and is one of the hardest working brokers I know, says Younger Partners’ Moody Younger. “We expect him to continue doing great things at Younger Partners.”
Hoffman specializes in tenant and landlord representation for office and office/tech properties across the country, but especially in the Greater Dallas area, with an emphasis on office buildings in the North Dallas and LBJ submarkets. His experience includes handling income property acquisitions and dispositions, development, and general brokerage.
“My clients can continue to expect personalized, no-nonsense representation from me,” Hoffman says. “I’m excited to make this transition to Younger Partners. The company culture was very appealing to me as well as the strong leadership and management of Moody Younger and Kathy Permenter.”