Trinitas Ventures, a developer, owner and manager of student housing communities, has appointed Mark Larson as chief financial officer (CFO). Larson will continue oversight of the accounting, finance and treasury operations of Trinitas, as well as maintenance of key operational relationships with Trinitas’ joint venture partners. He will continue to participate on the company’s real estate development, finance, administrative, property management, and information technology committees.
Prior to joining Trinitas in September 2009, he served as director, financial planning and analysis with General Growth Properties (GGP), a retail real estate investment trust located in Chicago. Preceding his employment with GGP, he was employed with The Taubman Company in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
Larson has over 15 years of real estate experience in the accounting, finance, asset management and joint venture relations fields spanning both public and private firms. He is a graduate of the University of North Florida and has earned the certificate in management accounting (CMA).
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