Lincoln Property Co. Appoints Former Hamburg Commercial Bank Exec as CFO and COO

Daniel Roth will oversee Lincoln’s financial strategy and operations management, including technology and growth enablers, the company said.

Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. has hired financial industry veteran Daniel Roth as chief financial officer and chief operating officer.

Roth will oversee Lincoln’s financial strategy and operations management, including technology and growth enablers, the company said. His appointment to Lincoln’s executive leadership team is part of the company’s next-generation growth plan led by Clay Duvall and David Binswanger who were elevated to co-CEOs in February.

“Dan’s background in leading and executing successful evolution strategies for established institutions will be integral to propelling our vision for Lincoln. He is a highly experienced executive, and we look forward to collaborating with him to drive the financial and operational strategies that will enable us to achieve our growth ambitions,” Duvall and Binswanger said in a shared statement.

The company said that Roth brings extensive experience in financial, operational, and strategic leadership with both public and private equity-owned companies. He comes to Lincoln from Hamburg Commercial Bank, where he served as Head of Strategy & Transformation, including responsibility for business operations.

In that role, Roth led the execution of a three-year transformation strategy designed to deliver superior returns and significant cost savings for the bank.

Before Hamburg Commercial Bank, Roth was senior partner and CFO at private equity consulting firm FCM LLC. Prior to that, he was chief restructuring officer at Scottish Re Group Limited before being promoted to chief financial officer.

Roth spent 10 years at General Electric Co., including financial leadership positions across a range of GE businesses including GE Consumer Finance where he was global manager of capital allocation before leading the finance organization for its Japanese consumer finance business.

“Lincoln is already a well-respected name in real estate, and as it embarks on a new chapter under new leadership, I see significant opportunity to leverage my background to contribute to further scaling the business and driving profitable growth,” Roth said in statement. “I look forward to collaborating with the talented team at Lincoln and delivering on our growth plan.”

Founded in 1965, Lincoln is one of the nation’s largest diversified real estate services companies with 35 offices across the globe.

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