Retired Inland exec to head up securities arm
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Retired Inland Real Estate Investment Corp. executive Brian M. Conlon will return to the Oak Brook-based company as chief executive officer of Inland Securities Corp. division, it was announced Tuesday.
Conlon, 55, will oversee the public and private capital raising activities of Inland Securities, the managing broker-dealer for Inland Real Estate Investment, through a national team of internal and external wholesalers. He will be based at ISC's Atlanta office.
"We are excited that Brian is returning to Inland, where his extensive securities sales experience, industry knowledge, and previous leadership have been critical components of our success," said Bob Parks, chairman of Inland Real Estate Investment Corp.
Conlon joined Inland in 1999 as executive vice president of Inland Securities, and was named president of Inland Real Estate Investment in 2011. He began his career in the securities industry in 1983. He holds a bachelor of business administration degree from Georgia State University and a master of business administration degree from the University of Dallas. He is a general securities principal and has earned certified financial planner and certified commercial investment member designations.
He has served on the boards of directors of the Financial Planning Association, Investment Program Association, Real Estate Investment Securities Association, and on the Policy subcommittee of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts' Non-traded REIT Council.
"After a brief retirement, I am excited to be rejoining the Inland team," Mr. Conlon said. "Inland is a great company with tremendous real estate expertise and unquestioned integrity. I look forward to helping grow the business."
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