Mark Sloan is a Director in the firm’s real estate and business services practice. Mark has over twenty-five years of experience, both in public accounting and the private sector. During his career in public accounting, primarily at J.H. Cohn and Company (now CohnReznick) and Ernst and Young, Mark was responsible for the audits of significant real estate and business services clients. Clients included such as Shearson Lehman Brothers, Helmsley Enterprises and Greycoat Real Estate, and in the valuation of the estate of Sol Goldman. In the private sector, Mark has worked as both controller and chief financial officer for various real estate firms and has worked effectively with significant investor groups such as LaSalle Investment Management, Apollo Real Estate Advisors, Kuwait Investment Authority and The Praedium Group. A significant role that Mark had in the firms that employed him was to improve financial reporting and operational efficiencies through either the implementation of new systems or the overhaul and improvement of existing systems.
Mark’s career has been focused on accounting operations and financial reporting. His extensive experience in evaluating operational deficiencies and in designing and implementing solutions has resulted in increased efficiencies and stronger safeguarding of assets. While designing and implementing financial reporting structures to investors, he has had significant interaction with potential and existing investors. He has also worked closely with financial lenders and special servicers in designing and implementing reporting formats to facilitate the compliance needs of lenders and to assist in restructuring and turnaround efforts. Finally, Mark has asset acquisition and document transaction experience related to the efficient integration of assets into a portfolio’s reporting infrastructure.
Mark has a BA in Economics (with a minor in Accounting) from Rutgers University, is a CPA and a CGMA and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the New Jersey Society of CPAs, the Exit Planning Exchange, the Turnaround and Management Association and the New York Institute of Credit.