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BBG Adds Due Diligence Veteran Evans Howell

Valuation and advisory firm BBG has brought in Evans Howell as executive managing director. He’ll oversee the ongoing strategic growth of Dallas-based BBG’s multiple business lines.

Before joining BBG, Howell served as an EVP at AEI Consultants. Earlier, he held senior-level positions at Land America Financial Group, Partner Engineering and Science Inc., and National Assessment Corp.

Over the course of his career, Howell has managed numerous due diligence projects and portfolios for clients, including investors, equity funds, insurers, CMBS, HUD, FHA, and Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac lenders.

“We have been extremely fortunate to attract some of the top minds in the industry,” said BBG CEO Chris Roach. “Evans’ decision to join the team continues in that tradition. His extensive knowledge and industry expertise, along with a strong track record growing various companies throughout his career, will help us create more value for our clients and build greater market share.”

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