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The Staubach Company announced the appointment of Nick Kim as senior managing director in the New Jersey office. Kim will play a major role in the national expansion of Staubach's Industrial Advisory Services, while also leading a new Asian specialty focus. Throughout his 20-year career in the commercial real estate industry, Kim has served U.S. and international clients with a wide range of services including strategic planning, transaction management, investing, project coordination, multi-market knowledge and site acquisition/development. Prior to joining The Staubach Company, Kim was employed with Cushman & Wakefield of N J, Inc. where he served premier clients including LG Electronics, Hyundai, South Atlantic Packaging, CJ GLS and SSangyong (USA), Inc. Kim's particular expertise lies in real estate finance, investments, logistics and supply chain strategies. Kim received his Bachelors of Arts in Economics from Rutgers University and his Masters of Science in Real Estate Finance and Investment from New York University.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:May 30, 2007
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