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Madison Marquette names former Cassidy Turley COO president

Madison Marquette has appointed John J. Fleury as President. With 30 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, Mr. Fleury will be working closely with Amer Hammour, founder and chairman of Madison Marquette, on devising and executing sound financial and operational strategies to support Madison Marquette's strategic growth and to expand the breadth and depth of its services to clients and partners around the globe. Mr. Fleury will be based at Madison Marquette's Washington, D.C. headquarters.

 

Prior to joining Madison Marquette, Mr. Fleury served as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer at Cassidy Turley, a commercial real estate services firm based in Washington, D.C.  In Mr. Fleury's prior role, he worked closely with Cassidy Turley's CEO to build the company from a local firm to a major industry powerhouse, growing the firm's revenues and bottom line exponentially through organic growth and strategic acquisitions.

 

"John is a highly accomplished and talented real estate leader with a reputation for achievement, performance and strong execution," said Amer Hammour, Chairman of Madison Marquette. "His exceptional record and experience tie in well with our strategic efforts to grow our investment portfolio and to strengthen the services we provide to our valuable investors and clients. I believe that John's focus on operating discipline and execution will help strengthen Madison Marquette's position as a leading commercial real estate investor, developer and operator in the U.S. with continuing commitment to quality, integrity and a sense of community."

 

Madison Marquette is a private real estate investment and operating company and a member of the global investment firm Capital Guidance.

 

 

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