Kim Hallett is the Chief Accounting Officer for Trammell Crow Residential and Crow Holdings Industrial. With over 15 years in Real Estate Accounting, she is involved in the company’s strategic long-term financial planning and investor reporting. Her responsibilities include overseeing financial reporting to investors and management, financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, and accounting. Kim first joined TCR in 2002 and prior to her return in 2016, she was the Executive Vice President- Accounting at Riverstone Residential, overseeing the client accounting team. She also held various roles at Goldman Sachs and Greystar.
Kim received her BBA in Accounting from Louisiana State University and a Masters of Business Administration from Texas A&M University – Commerce. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas and is an active member of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants.
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This overview is designed to introduce Crow Holdings and its various operating companies. Crow Holdings Capital is a U.S. SEC registered investment adviser and is the manager to the Crow Holdings Capital Funds. Maple Capital Management, L.L.C. is a U.S. SEC registered investment adviser and is the manager of the Crow Holdings Industrial Build-to-Hold Fund. Crow Holdings Capital, Trammell Crow Residential and Crow Holdings Industrial are operated separately and independently from one another with separate senior leadership and investment committees. SEC registration does not imply a certain level of skill or training.