Home Alts News Two AR Global REITs Appoint New CFO Following Resignation

Two AR Global REITs Appoint New CFO Following Resignation

Healthcare Trust Inc., a publicly registered non-traded real estate investment trust sponsored by AR Global, has reported that Katie Kurtz will resign as chief financial officer, secretary and treasurer.

image_pdf

Healthcare Trust Inc., a publicly registered non-traded real estate investment trust sponsored by AR Global, and American Finance Trust (Nasdaq: AFIN), a former non-traded REIT, have each reported that Katie Kurtz will resign as chief financial officer, secretary and treasurer.

The effective date of Kurtz’s resignation will be determined at a later date but will not occur until the REITs complete their respective 2020 financial reports, the companies said in a filing with Securities and Exchange Commission. Kurtz stated that her resignation is not related to any disagreements or disputes with management of the companies.

Once her resignation becomes effective, Jason Doyle will succeed her as CFO, secretary and treasurer of both companies.

Doyle joined AR Global in October 2018 to serve as chief accounting officer of Global Net Lease Inc. (NYSE: GNL), a publicly traded REIT advised by affiliates of AR Global.

Prior to joining GNL, he held various financial and practice leadership roles, including acting vice president of finance at Markforged Inc., associate controller and head of global accounting operations at Charles River Associates, and VP of finance and practice director of transportation at AST Corporation, a private software and management consulting firm.

Doyle is a certified public accountant in the State of Rhode Island, holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Rhode Island, and an MBA from Babson College.

Healthcare Trust invests in multi-tenant medical office buildings and owned a portfolio of 200 properties, as of the third quarter of 2020. The company’s primary offering was declared effective by the SEC in February 2013 and closed in November 2014 after raising $2.2 billion in investor equity. The company launched its Series A Preferred Stock offering (Nasdaq: HTIA) in December 2019.

American Finance Trust is focused on managing and acquiring a portfolio of single and multi-tenant properties that are service-retail focused. As of September 30, 2020, the company owned 885 properties totaling 19 million rentable square feet, including 852 single-tenant net leased commercial properties (814 of which are retail properties) and 33 multi-tenant retail properties. While structured as a non-traded REIT, American Finance Trust’s offering raised more than $1.6 billion in investor equity between April and October 2013.

Click here to visit The DI Wire directory sponsor page.