Robin E. Mather

Former Project Director at Spieker Properties, Inc.

Robin E. Mather

Robin E. Mather

Former Project Director at Spieker Properties, Inc.

Biography

Robin E. Mather is former VP-Southern California Property Operations at PS Business Parks, Inc. and former Project Director at Spieker Properties, Inc.

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Birthday

1963

Age

57

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Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer at PS Business Parks, Inc.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Public Storage

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Affiliate Member at Aebig & Johnson Business Resolutions LLC

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Secretary & Chief Financial Officer at John and Elaine French Family Foundation

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Former Chief Information Officer & Vice President at Spieker Properties, Inc.

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Chief Financial Officer at Ohana Advisors LLC

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President at Barclay's Realty & Management Company

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Managing Partner at Harvest Properties, Inc.

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Partner, Managing Director, Southern California at Swift Real Estate Partners LLC

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Founder at Spieker Properties, Inc.

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Robin E. Mather
Former Project Director at Spieker Properties, Inc.
Career History
Project Director
Tenure Unconfirmed
Vice President-Business Development
2001 - 2018

PS Business Parks, Inc. (NYSE: PSB) is a publicly traded full service real estate company with expertise in leasing, property management, acquisition and development. As of October 2012 the Company owned and operated approximately 28.3 million rentable square feet of commercial space located in eight states: Arizona, California, Florida, Maryland, Oregon, Texas, Virginia, and Washington. The Company also manages approximately 1.2 million rentable square feet on behalf of Public Storage, Inc. and its affiliated entities. PS Business Parks was organized in 1986 as a division of a predecessor of Public Storage. Since becoming public in 1998, PS Business Parks’ portfolio has grown from 5 million square feet by applying a disciplined investment approach. We have focused on “flex” properties that can be easily configured to suit a variety of uses and are located in high population growth markets near decision maker housing. This property type supports a wide variety of uses and customers. In each of the markets where we own properties we hire a professional team of skilled local real estate experts who are empowered to make ownership decisions and motivated to provide a high level of service to our customers. The Company’s investment objective is to maximize shareholder value by achieving long-term growth in net asset value per share. Key elements of PS Business Parks’ growth strategy include: maximizing portfolio cash flow, maintaining focus on core markets, acquiring and developing well positioned quality properties where valuations are justified, continuing to attract a diversified tenant base, developing new tenant services and providing superior tenant service.

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Danske Bank-IM constructs portfolios invested in equity, debt and alternative instruments across strategies and regions with a strong emphasis on European markets. They focus on core investment areas and select external managers for investments in regions where they do not possess specialist expertise. They seek to identify global trends within traditional and rapidly growing sectors. The firm's portfolio investment teams employ a bottom-up approach to select equities based on the belief that markets are especially inefficient at pricing companies undergoing change. Their investment process begins with a systematic qualitative and quantitative screening process designed to identify and evaluate companies experiencing or about to experience changes. They then apply their proprietary valuation model, DCF, which is based on fundamental analysis. The final step of the process is a comparison of the changes undergone by companies, their quality and their market evaluation.

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