Colliers International in Greater Phoenix has appointed Kirk Kuller a vice president. Kuller brings 15 years of financial experience into his new position, including the structuring and underwriting of more than $50 billion in transactions.
Kuller joins Colliers’ investment property sales team led by Mindy Korth, recently named the NAIOP Investment Broker of the Year for 2013.
Adding new depth to Korth’s team, Kuller specializes in advising clients about the structuring of large, complicated deals, providing clients with guidance through the financial process and preparing robust financial analyses and market studies for clients’ chief financial officers and other executives.
“Kirk’s financial acumen and leadership in providing solutions for elaborate projects will propel Mindy Korth’s first-rate team to an even higher level,” said Bob Mulhern, managing director of Colliers International in Greater Phoenix.
Kuller previously served as the managing director of CBRE’s Financial Consulting Group for the Southwest region where he assisted in the financial structuring and underwriting of more than 350 million square feet of office, retail, industrial and multifamily housing projects with a total value of more than $50 billion.
In addition to his capital markets experience, Kirk has an extensive understanding of corporate real estate and tenant advisory services. His consultative approach enables stakeholders to make fully informed real estate decisions.
“Kirk’s strategic planning capabilities and personal knowledge of the intricacies of complicated underwriting processes is unmatched in the market today,” Korth said.
Kuller is a member of NAIOP and a licensed Arizona real estate professional. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of North Dakota.
“I am excited to join Colliers International and assist Mindy Korth in streamlining the financial structuring and underwriting process for clients, enabling them to make informed and timely decisions to accelerate their business,” Kuller said.