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BRIAN D. FORCIER

Experienced commercial real estate financial executive with a background in managing large portfolios of owned and managed office, industrial, multi-family and hospitality properties.

MANAGING PARTNER & ACCREDITED INVESTMENT ADVISOR

Email Brian | 218.590.8205

PERSONAL OVERVIEW

Brian is from Minnetonka, MN. He obtained a BA in Finance and Management from The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN and has worked in the real estate investment industry since 1997. Prior to Titanium Partners, Brian was the President of AtWater Group and the Executive Vice President of Oneida Real Estate Company. Throughout his career, he has been instrumental in putting real estate investments and deals in motion.

Community service has been an important aspect of Brian’s professional career in Duluth, MN. He has served as a volunteer Board Director for the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce, Greater Downtown Council, Udac and Damiano Center. He is also an active member of the Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA), Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and Minnesota Commercial Association of Real Estate/Realtors (MNCAR). Brian enjoys traveling, golfing and spending time on the shores of Lake Superior with his family and friends.

TITANIUM PARTNERS

Titanium Partners operates primarily in the Midwest and Western US; advising high net worth individuals, family offices, and private businesses on new business developments.

Titanium Partners focuses on investment advising and private placement partnerships. Titanium Partners handles acquisitions and the sales of commercial real estate and business assets across all investment classes.

Currently, Titanium Partners is looking to network with Advisors such as Business Brokers, Real Estate Brokers, Attorneys, Accountants, and Family Office Managers looking for alternative investment options in the private capital space.

Titanium Partners plays multiple roles in a variety of investments every day and Brian has handled hundreds of transactions, worth over $800 million dollars.