Michael Balcom is a Vice President in the Industrial group at Crow Holdings Capital, responsible for opportunities in the Northeast, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic regions. He has been affiliated with the firm since 2013 and a member of the Industrial group since 2016. Michael has participated in or led a range of industrial transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, leases, and joint venture developments.
Michael began his career at Crow Holdings Capital as a member of the analyst pool and was promoted to Head Analyst. Prior to joining Crow Holdings Capital, he worked as a Financial Analyst for AMD in Austin, Texas.
Michael received a B.B.A. degree in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin. He is currently a member of NAIOP Developing Leaders Program and the NAIOP North Texas Chapter, as well as a member of ULI and TREC.
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