Mill Creek Residential Hires New CFO
- Jan 13, 2017
Dallas—Mill Creek Residential has appointed David Linn Reynolds chief financial officer. Reynolds is an industry veteran with approximately 28 years of experience in public accounting and the debt and equity capital markets. In his new role, he will be responsible for accelerating the finance, accounting and reporting infrastructure of Mill Creek Residential.
“David brings a measure of experience and exposure to all aspects of the capital markets that will significantly strengthen our position with the investment community,” Charles Brindell Jr., chairman & CEO of Mill Creek Residential, said in prepared remarks. “His deep knowledge of real estate capital markets will play a substantial role in our growth as an organization in 2017 and beyond.”
Prior to joining Mill Creek, Reynolds worked in real estate private equity for 14 years, most recently at Five Mile Capital Partners (FMCP). As managing director of FMCP for more than 10 years, Reynolds executed 20 value-add investments worth more than $1.9 billion.
Reynolds also spent 14 years in real estate investment banking at UBS Warburg and its predecessor companies, Kidder Peabody and PaineWebber, beginning as an associate and ultimately securing the position of managing director. As an investment banker, he worked on more than 50 lead-managed transactions, including IPOs, common stock, preferred stock and unsecured debt offerings. Additionally, he advised on approximately a dozen merger and acquisition transactions and took eight real estate companies through the rating agency process.
Reynolds started his career at Arthur Andersen in its audit division, with a focus on the real estate industry. He has a Master of Business Administration in Real Estate and Finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and is a holder of the right to use the CFA designation. Additionally, he has a Bachelor of Science with Distinction in commerce with a concentration in accounting from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia, where he has been a guest lecturer annually since 2011.
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