CBRE Welcomes Vincent Polce as a Vice President with Capital Markets
Denver, CO – CBRE Group, Inc. is pleased to announce Vincent Polce has joined its Denver office as a Vice President with Corporate Capital Markets and a member of the CBRE Energy Facilities Group. With a decade of prior experience working as an independent commodities trader at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Polce will apply his financial background to a specialized role focused on providing capital markets advisory and execution expertise for planned and existing assets on behalf of corporate occupiers, developers and owners. Considering real estate is not the core business of most corporate occupiers, Polce—as part of CBRE Corporate Capital Markets—will help occupiers look critically at their leasehold and credit as alternative capital solutions.
“Vincent is a strategic and meaningful addition to CBRE Corporate Capital Markets,” said Guy Ponticiello, managing director, CBRE Corporate Capital Markets. “His well-rounded background in finance and passion for real estate positions him well to execute on a full range of real estate and credit-based capital structures for single-tenant and corporate-owned properties, including sale leasebacks, purchase leasebacks, single-tenant investment sales, credit-based financing, and mergers and acquisitions.”
In addition to his role with CBRE Corporate Capital Markets, Polce, who came from JLL, is a member of the CBRE Energy Facilities Group. Polce’s role in the group is to identify and execute balance sheet-focused monetization strategies designed to unlock illiquid capital for growth, operations or debt repayment.
“We cannot be more excited to have Vincent as a part of the team. His financial experience combined with his thoughtful approach to the acquisition, disposition and monetization of real estate assets solidifies the CBRE Energy Facilities Group’s position as the only true full-service platform for the most-complex real estate portfolio and individual asset challenges faced by the energy sector,” said Anthony Albanese, first vice president and co-founder of the CBRE Energy Facilities Group.
Polce received a Bachelor of Science in business administration and finance from the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and a Level II Candidate for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Polce is also a Series 3 Commodity Futures and Series 7 General Securities licensee with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and a Series 66 Unified Combined State Law licensee with the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA). Polce is based out of CBRE’s downtown Denver office.
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