CBRE's Anthony Buono Elected To ICSC's Global Board Of Trustees
22 May 2018
Anthony Buono, CBRE’s Global President of Retail, has been elected to the International Council of Shopping Center’s global Board of Trustees for an initial three-year term at ICSC’s RECon conference in Las Vegas, CBRE announced today.
Mr. Buono was one of nine new trustees added to the board, which now has 56 members. The board provides input in helping ICSC achieve its goal of serving its more than 70,000 members globally and proactively advocating and communicating the critical social, civic and economic role played by the retail real estate industry across the globe.
“Anthony’s election to the ICSC Board of Trustees is a tremendous honor for both Anthony and CBRE, given ICSC’s prominent and steady leadership of the industry,” said Jack Durburg, CBRE Group President and Chief Executive, the Americas. “Anthony has tirelessly championed CBRE’s strategy to build the world’s best Retail Advisory & Transaction Services capability to help retailers and shopping center owners adapt to and capitalize on the fast-evolving retail landscape.”
Mr. Buono, based in San Diego, joined CBRE in 1995. He has held various executive positions in Capital Markets and Retail Advisory & Transaction Services at CBRE. He led numerous acquisitions for CBRE’s retail business, including those of Fameco in 2013, UCR in 2015, Sitehawk Real Estate in 2015, Forum Analytics in 2015, Skye Group in 2016 and a joint venture with Streetsense last year.
CBRE’s retail business includes roughly 1,000 professionals across the globe working with more than 1,300 retailers and hundreds of retail investors.
“I am humbled at this opportunity to contribute as ICSC guides its members through the retail industry’s growth and improvement,” Mr. Buono said. “The outlook for this industry remains bright as long as we anticipate fundamental changes, prepare for them and capitalize.”
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