Company Positions Itself for Further Growth of its Management Platform
SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Positioning Trigild – a real estate firm specializing in property/asset management and fiduciary services – for further nationwide expansion, company CEO Bill Hoffman has announced several executive moves involving its top management team.
Judy Hoffman has moved from COO to president, Brian Morelan from managing director to chief operating officer, Josh Hall from managing director/commercial real estate/east to chief financial officer and Kelley McLaren from managing director/receivership services to chief administrative officer. Bill Hoffman will remain as chairman of the board and CEO and David Wallace as general counsel.
A key member of Trigild since 1984, Judy Hoffman will continue to play a vital role in leading the company and contributing to its overall growth – working to leverage the firm’s experience, infrastructure, and relationships into building its long-term management and investment portfolio. Serving the company in numerous capacities over the years, she has recently helped take the company through one of the biggest growth periods in its history.
In his new role as Trigild’s chief operating officer, Morelan will be responsible for the strategic direction of the firm, as well as client services and portfolio management. Additionally, he will help direct the company’s day-to-day operations, overseeing 10 regional offices and 750 employees nationwide.
Based in the firm’s Washington D.C. office, Hall will continue to spearhead the company’s eastern operations, and will now oversee all fiscal functions — leading and managing the financial structure of Trigild, which manages commercial, multifamily and hospitality properties nationwide.
As chief administrative officer, McLaren will direct Trigild’s receivership services department, managing a staff of paralegals and legal assistants as well as overseeing leases, acquisitions, sales agreements and other legal matters.
Bill Hoffman will continue to play a leading role in the company he helped found in 1977. He will remain as Trigild’s visionary and stay active in determining its growth strategy, standards of service and client relations. As one of the industry’s most respected experts on receivership law, he will continue to serve as receiver and bankruptcy trustee in Trigild’s high-profile fiduciary assignments.
“We are thrilled to have such an excellent team in place,” Judy Hoffman said. “As we continue to expand nationwide, our talented executives will direct operations, build a solid management platform and recruit and train new employees – continuing to concentrate on steady, strategic growth.”
Headquartered in San Diego with offices throughout the country, Trigild has more than 37 years of property management and fiduciary expertise, with a focus on managing and maximizing value for assets in an array of industries, including commercial real estate, multifamily, hospitality and more. Since its inception, Trigild has developed a full service national operating platform providing institutional quality services to private real estate investors and financial institutions. For information, visit www.trigild.com.