Biltmore Property Group, LLC announces new member to executive team

 

Timothy Finley has joined BPG as Senior Financial Advisor. Tim is past chairman and chief executive officer of Jos. A Bank Clothiers. During his 9 year tenure at Jos A Bank, the company more than tripled its retail locations and completed an Initial Public Offering. Additionally, Mr. Finley has served as President of Fred’s Inc., Castleberry Foods, and Otasco and was the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Cannon Mills. He has served on the board of directors of Cole National, Cannon Mills, Baker Shoes, Jos A Bank, Pic n Pay Shoes and Venture Stores. He was also a partner with Deloitte, Haskins and Sells. He holds a degree in business from Ohio University and has been a guest lecturer at leading universities throughout the United States.

“We are excited to bring a resource like Tim Finley on board, as his experience and corporate leadership will be invaluable to our continued growth” said John Bell,III, President and CEO of Biltmore Property Group.”

 

About Biltmore Property Group, LLC

Based in Asheville, NC, Biltmore Property Group is a fully integrated privately held real estate company with offices in Asheville, Knoxville (TN) and New Orleans. It has more than 20 properties across several real estate platforms: retail, warehouse, office and mixed-use. BPG is one of the most active developers in the Southeast and the largest real estate owner in Historic Biltmore Village. Additional information can be found here.

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