The Laird Norton Company (LNC) has appointed Nick Pavelich, LNC’s chief financial officer (CFO), to the expanded role of CFO and senior vice president (SVP), real estate investments. Pavelich will continue to report to Jeff Vincent, president and chief executive officer (CEO).
Pavelich was appointed CFO in 2006. He serves on the board of directors of Laird Norton Wealth Management. Prior to joining LNC, Pavelich was a partner in the accounting firm Clark Nuber, Bellevue, and a director and senior tax manager at KPMG, Seattle.
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