Denver, CO — BMC Investments (BMC) recently promoted Josh Hansen from Corporate Controller to Chief Financial Officer (CFO), a senior leadership transition that emerges alongside numerous project acquisitions for BMC.
“Over the past few years, BMC has continued to expand in both presence and leadership. Central to that growth is the work done in our accounting department led by Josh Hansen,” said Matt Joblon, CEO of BMC Investments. “Hansen has adapted exceedingly well to every responsibility appointed to him, and we eagerly look forward to his transition to Chief Financial Officer.”
A certified public accountant, Josh Hansen formerly served as the Corporate Controller for BMC and its affiliate property management company, BLDG Management. From business administrative responsibilities to payroll dispensation and banking loan closures, Hansen has been an essential player in BMC’s growth and development since 2013. His wide-ranging knowledge of real estate mechanics and accounting as well as his capability to add value to BMC through financial oversight and leadership play a key part in Hansen’s evolution to Chief Financial Officer.
Launching his career at Ernst & Young, a big 4 public accounting firm, Hansen first worked in the audit and transaction services divisions. He then gained wide-ranging real estate experience at a Denver-based private equity company, Alliance Commercial Partners, which ultimately entailed managing a $25 million office space portfolio in Florida and overseeing an $8 million multi-family condo conversion project in Dallas. Beyond that role, he has held positions for Fortune 500 companies, serving in the M&A group for agriculture giant, Agrium, and Colorado-based Arrow Electronics where he was a finance manager, responsible for a $1 billion operating division within Arrow.
Headshot courtesy of BMC Investments