Cassidy Turley names new CEO

New York /
Oct.October 05, 2012 03:00 PM

Real estate services firm Cassidy Turley has named Joseph Stettinius Jr. as it new CEO, the company announced today. Stettinius will now be both president and CEO of the company; he previously served as president of Cassidy Turley since the company’s inception in August 2008.

The executive, who is based in the firm’s Washington office, takes over from retiring CEO Mark Burkhart, who will continue to act as an advisor to the firm.

“Joe’s leadership enhances our firm’s ability to capitalize on the significant opportunity ahead,” said Wally Pinkard, chairman of Cassidy Turley, of the change in leadership. “The company has met its growth and development goals ahead of schedule and we are well poised to meet our next set of strategic objectives. This leadership change is consistent with our succession plan and is at a natural time for a shift.”

Stettiniusm, formerly the CEO of predecessor firm Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers, said in a statement: “I look forward to leading Cassidy Turley as we continue to focus on expanding our capabilities and refining our platform to provide exceptional value and service to our clients.” – Katherine Clarke


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