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Regency Centers names Michael Mas managing director of finance

Regency Centers Corporation, a national owner, operator, and developer of grocery-anchored shopping centers, promoted Michael Mas to Managing Director, Finance.


“Mike has been a key part of our success for the past 14 years, and we are thrilled to promote him to this important role where the company will continue to benefit from his strategic thinking and leadership,” said Lisa Palmer, President and Chief Financial Officer of Regency Centers.


His responsibilities include the management and oversight of Regency’s activities in the areas of capital markets, co-investment partnerships, investor/lender relations, underwriting and due diligence of new investments and information technology.


Michael joined Regency in 2003, and assumed the role of Vice President of Joint Venture Portfolio Management in 2005, responsible for all financial and operational aspects of Regency’s co-investment partnership activities. Most recently, he served as Senior Vice President of Capital Markets. In 2009 he was awarded the company’s highest honor, the Martin E. Stein, Sr. Award, which honors employees’ business acumen and ethical standards.


Regency owns operates and develops grocery-anchored neighborhood and community shopping centers. The company’s portfolio of 307 retail properties encompasses over 42.2 million square feet located in top markets throughout the United States, including co-investment partnerships. Regency has developed 225 shopping centers since 2000, representing an investment at completion of more than $3.5 billion. Operating as a fully integrated real estate company, Regency is a qualified real estate investment trust that is self-administered and self-managed.

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