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Kidder Mathews has hired Mary Blagg in San Diego as senior vice president & market leader for Asset Services

Kidder Mathews Names Asset Services Market Leader

Mary Blagg has joined Kidder Mathews in San Diego as SVP & market leader for Asset Services. In this role, Blagg will oversee the firm’s asset services division in Southern California, including business development, client relations, risk management and directing property teams.

Blagg brings over 25 years of experience and a strong reputation to Kidder Mathews. She joins the firm after a successful over 20-year tenure at CBRE in San Diego, where she served as associate director of asset services.  

A high-rise specialist and veteran of institutional ownership, Blagg has provided management services to a diverse range of clients including international businesses, private equity firms and family trusts. Asset Services COO Erin French said, “Her proven ability to drive operational excellence, optimize asset performance, and deliver exceptional client service will further enhance the firm’s already strong position in the market.” 


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