@properties Christie’s International Real Estate makes new executive and legal additions

by Emily Mack

@properties Christie’s International Real Estate is growing its C-suite and legal team with two new hires and a promotion. Brent Dobsch, Dana Bina and Branden Lopez are joining the firm as chief financial officer, chief technology officer and director of legal, respectively.

“We are thrilled to welcome Brent and Branden to @properties, and to recognize Dana for her smart, strategic leadership of our technology team,” co-CEO Mike Golden said of the hires in a press release. “The three people filling these very important roles make us a better company.”

As CFO, Dobsch, CPA, will lead financial operations across @properties’ portfolio of brands, including the recently acquired Christie’s International Real Estate network. He has more than two decades of related experience, having worked as a consultant, financial manager and CFO at such companies as PricewaterhouseCoopers, SIRVA, Underwriters Environment and Jump Capital. Most recently, he spent eight years as the CFO for a portfolio of venture capital-funded technology firms.

Prior to being named chief technology officer, Bina served as the vice president of product development for @properties for two years. During that time, Bina grew the company’s technology division, helping to roll out of several new aspects of the pl@tform™ suite. In her new role, she will focus on further scaling up the current technology and work to streamline the onboarding process for @properties affiliates.

Meanwhile Lopez, J.D., is joining the company in a newly created position: director of legal. In the role, she will advise on legal issues like corporate governance and franchising. She will also be a liaison for outside counsel. Altogether, Lopez has more than 17 years of experience as a corporate attorney, including 15 in the real estate industry. Most recently, she served as general counsel at Curbio, a pre-sale renovation service for real estate agents and their clients.

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