Mohr Partners, Inc. Hires Eric Karl, New Chief Financial Officer

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Mohr Partners, Inc. (MPI), a commercial real estate advisory firm, has hired Eric A. Karl to serve as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), following the firms recent completion of a management buyout.

Mohr Partners, Inc. (MPI), a commercial real estate advisory firm, has hired Eric A. Karl to serve as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), following the firms recent completion of a management buyout. He has more than 30 years of experience leading finance organizations, ten years with General Electric and 15 years as CFO or board member of private and public companies. Most recently he was CFO of 1A Smart Start, which grew 300% over six years to well over $100 million in revenue. Eric said, “I have been looking for the right opportunity to invest my time and expertise in an organization with great growth potential.”
“Eric's successful track record of helping companies improve operational excellence in finance and operations ideally qualify him to support our aggressive growth plans.” stated Robert Shibuya, MPI Chairman & CEO.

As a shareholder, Eric will also serve on MPI's board of directors and executive committee.

About MPI:
Mohr Partners, Inc. (MPI) is a global corporate real estate advisor, providing tenants and occupiers integrated solutions including portfolio management and lease administration, business intelligence consulting, research and site selection, location incentives practice, transaction advisors, and project management. Since 1986, MPI has been managing real estate portfolios for organizations across industries. MPI seamlessly provides global services through 18 offices across North America and its strategic alliance partners. For more information on MPI, please visit http://www.mohrpartners.com.

For more information contact:
Jennifer Cheek
Managing Director, Marketing Communications
214 273 8647
jennifer.cheek(at)mohrpartners(dot)com

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