18A — October 30 - November 12, 2015 — M id A tlantic

Real Estate Journal


P eople & C ompany N ews

Lashner of NAI Mertz receives SIOR designation

Commercial real estate network’s resource in South Korea GLOBAL PMC joins CORFAC International

Barry Mertz, SIOR , CEO of NAI Mertz. “We congratulate Adam on this honor, and we are proud to now have seven brokers on our team that hold the SIOR designation—who are committed to serving the commercial real estate needs of southern New Jersey and greater Philadelphia—the most of any commercial real estate firm in the region.” To earn the SIOR Industrial transaction specialist designa- tion, Lashner completed a rig- orous training and education process and completed several requirements, which included five years of documented in- dustrial real estate brokerage experience; a 70% transaction volume-of-business based on Gross Fee Income (GFI).and formal endorsements from two active SIOR members. n

Bucks County, Pa — NAI Mertz vice president, Adam Lashner, has earned

a n S I O R designation f r o m t h e Society of Industrial and Office Re a l t o r s , the leading professional commercial


including New Jersey, Eastern PA, Delaware, Virginia, Mary- land and Washington, DC. Yong-Nam Kim, CCIM, CPM and president & CEO of GLOBAL PMC/CORFAC International, is the principal point-of-contact to CORFAC International and manages the firm’s brokerage and property management operations. Kim is the CCIMKorea chap- ter president-elect and will be CCIMKorea Chapter president in 2016. He was recently hon- ored with the Best Business- man of the Year Award from the KoreanMinister of Employ- identify potential obstacles and capture new opportunities. Mannino comes to WCRE after nearly ten years serving as chief of staff to two members of Pennsylvania’s General As- sembly. Prior to his years of public service, he was a litiga- tion attorney in the private sector for more than a decade, practicing in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. “Tony Mannino has a deep understanding of the issues and key players that influence the real estate landscape in the region, having built numerous trust-based relationships with government and private sec- tor leaders in both Harrisburg and Philadelphia,” said Jason Wolf, founder and managing

ment and Labor (May 2015). Kim earned a bachelor’s degree and later a Master’s degree in Real Estate from Konkuk Uni- versity. He is a real estate col- umnist for The Korea Economic Daily, the most widely read economic newspaper among office workers and university students in South Korea. GLOBAL PMC/CORFAC International was initially established in 2004 to provide professional real estate man- agement services to high net- worth individuals and private banking customers of major financial institutions. n principal of WCRE. “He will be instrumental in forging new relationships on behalf of our clients and our sales force.” Mannino is WCRE’s third hire in its effort to grow in PA. One year ago the company hired senior vice president Lee Fein to open a King of Prussia office and establish an indus- trial practice. In the spring former Philadelphia Flyers star Brian Propp joined the firm as director of strategic relation- ships, with a special focus on supporting the office and retail practice areas. Mannino is currently a board member of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority, and has served several other area boards. n

eoul, South Ko- rea — Scott Savacool, CCIM, SIOR and 2015

president of CORFAC In- ternational a nn o un c e d that GLOB- AL PMC has joined COR- FAC Interna- tional as its newest inter-

Adam Lashner

and industrial real estate association. The prestigious SIOR designation is a profes- sional symbol of the highest level of knowledge, production and ethics in the real estate industry. “The SIOR designation signifies professional excel- lence and a high degree of education, training and suc- cess in the industry,” said

Yong-Nam Kim

national affiliate and will be the commercial real estate net- work’s resource in South Korea. CORFAC has network firms throughout the Mid-Atlantic

Wolf Commercial Real Estate adds VP of corporate strategies Anthony Mannino

NAI Mertz presents $10,000 charitable donation in NJ

Marlton, NJ – Wolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE) has hired Anthony

V. Mannino, E s q . , wh o will serve as VP of corpo- rate strate- gies. In this newl y c r e - ated position Mannino will work closely

Anthony Mannino

with WCRE’s sales profession- als to spearhead the growth of the WCRE brand in southeast- ern Pennsylvania. He brings more than twenty years of expe- rience in the legal and political arenas, as well as a unique, multidisciplinary perspective that will help WCRE clients FORT LEE, NJ — EMCOR/ F&G Mechanical employees, along with those of Tishman Construction, an AECOM Company, Tucker Develop- ment , and many other par- ticipants, 400+ in total donned EMCOR Pink Hard Hats and assembled to form EMCOR’s signature giant human pink ribbon in a “Call to Action” in support of breast cancer aware- ness as part of the company’s EMCOR’s 7th annual “Protect Yourself. Get Screened Today.” campaign. A $100,000 check, the result of individual donations and contributions, was presented by EMCOR/F&G Mechanical to the John Theurer Cancer Center Breast Oncology Divi- sion at Hackensack University Medical Center. Secretary on the Board of Governors at Hackensack Hospital, Rosema-

MT. LAUREL, NJ — NAI Mertz recently presented Hab- itat for Humanity of Burlington County, with a $10,000 chari- table donation. “Habitat for Humanity is an outstanding organization that truly helps make a positive impact in our community,” said Barry Mertz , CEO of NAI Mertz. “Our donation is a testament to our long-time NEW YORK, NY — Tit- leVest , a subsidiary of First American Financial Cor- poration and a NYC based provider of title insurance and related real estate services an- nounced the expansion of its business development team with the addition of a new sales executive, Victoria Hatin . Hatin brings more than seven years of combined title and set- tlement experience within the real estate industry to TitleVest. She spent five years as mortgage finance specialist for a NY settle- ment law firm and two years as director of marketing and sales with a compliance solutions company that focused on data security compliance for ALTA’s Best Practice Pillar No. 3. n Hatin joins TitleVest as sales executive friendship with Habitat for Humanity and NAI Mertz’s commitment to giving back to our community,” he added. In 2013, NAI Mertz assisted Habitat for Humanity in relo- cating its offices and ReStore showroom to a highly visible 25,000 s/f facility on Rte. 38. The new location has helped grow both the organization and its Restore retail operation. n Shown from left: Lori Leonard, executive director, Habitat for Hu- manity of Burlington County; Barry Mertz, CEO, NAI Mertz; and Scott Mertz, president, NAI Mertz.

Emcor holds 7th annual campaign for breast cancer awareness

EMCOR’s 7th Annual “Protect Yourself. Get Screened Today.” cam- paign supporting breast cancer awareness month.

rie Sorce, and co-chief, Breast Oncology, Dr. Stanley Wain- traub, accepted the check and participated in the event. Sal Fichera , CEO, and Butch Giardina , president, EMCOR/F&G Mechanical,

presented a Pink Hard Hat plaque to Mayor Sokolich, and event partners Jay Badame , president & COO, Tishman Construction, an AECOMCom- pany, and John Donohue , sr. VP, Tucker Development. n

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