Friday, March 31, 2017
LOS ANGELES, CA - Malcolm Davies, who was with commercial real estate investment banking firm George Smith Partners from May of 2011 through June of 2016, is returning to George Smith Partners following eight months with HFF.
“While I have the greatest respect for HFF, George Smith Partners’ unique and entrepreneurial culture is one that completely resonates with me,” explained Davies. “George Smith Partners offers me the best overall experience and platform to best serve my clients. I am very pleased to once again be a Principal of this fine firm, and to be part of our recently announced growth initiative.”
Over the past six years as an investment banker, Davies has been involved with nearly $2 billion worth of financings. In addition to this work, he spent the previous 12 years as a San Diego commercial real estate developer and investor.
Prior to joining George Smith Partners, Davies was involved in more than 30 real estate partnerships where he acquired, managed and sold multifamily, office and mixed-use real estate properties worth in excess of $285 million.
Davies holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Regional Development from the University of Arizona.
Davies is one of seven principals at George Smith Partners.
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