BBG, a valuation and assessment commercial real estate services firm, promoted two members of its Detroit office.
Senior managing director Marc Nassif has been tapped to lead the firm’s mergers and acquisitions activities. Nassif will maintain his client relationships while directing the firm’s efforts to achieve its expansion goals through acquisitions in the newly created role.
Having joined the firm in 2011, he has served as senior managing director of the Detroit office since 2016 and is currently a member of the firm’s senior leadership team. He has held other senior roles in management, client liaison, business development, appraisal production, and training. His practice include clients and assets in the U.S. and Europe.
Nassif is a General Certified Real Estate Appraiser in Michigan and several other states and is a LEED Accredited Professional through the U.S. Green Building Council.
Director Frank Segura was promoted to managing director of the office. His responsibilities have included analysis of multi-family properties for commercial and government lenders, insurance companies, and others.
He also has experience in appraisals of office, retail and industrial properties, and vacant land. Before joining BBG, he held various banking and investment positions with JPMorgan Chase Bank.
Segura is a Certified General Appraiser in Michigan, Illinois, and Ohio and is an advanced MAI candidate.
“We are thrilled that Marc and Frank have assumed these new roles, which are vital to our company’s growth,” says Chris Roach, CEO of BBG. “Marc’s extensive knowledge of this industry and exceptional leadership abilities make him the perfect choice to accelerate our efforts in expanding into key U.S. markets.
“Frank’s expertise and deep understanding of the Detroit market make him the ideal candidate to step up into this leadership role. He has worked closely with Marc to cultivate and grow client relationships as well as support the development of staff.”
With headquarters in Dallas, BBG has 39 U.S. offices servicing more than 2,700 clients.