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Regency Employees Earn New Designations

EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in County Seat Communities, is proud to announce that three dedicated employees have earned new designations or certificates in continuing education.

Dan Brandon, Senior Director of Lease Administration, earned his Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation through the CCIM institute, formerly known as Commercial Investment Real Estate of the National Association of Realtors. Through his demonstration of excellence and knowledge, Dan is a recognized expert in the disciplines of commercial and investment real estate. Brandon joined Regency in January 2015 as Director of Leasing. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in telecommunications from Ball State University and a Master of Business Administration degree in management with a focus on organizational development and design from Indiana University.

Sarah Tabor has earned her Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Southern Indiana. This postgraduate qualification provides theoretical and practical training for business and investment management to provide an overview of key business practices. Sarah joined Regency in December 2020 as Accountant, Financial Reporting. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting from the University of Southern Indiana.

Brandon Taylor earned his Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) certification. This financial designation, granted by the Association for Financial Professionals to individuals who are experienced in cash management and pass an exam demonstrating their knowledge and expertise. It is a benchmark of competency in the finance profession and the leading credential in corporate treasury. Taylor joined Regency in March 2019 as the Credit Analyst. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a Master of Arts in Applied Economics (MAppEc) from Western Kentucky University.

“We congratulate the accomplishments of our employees,” stated Tracy Stutz, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Administration. “We look forward to their continued success and growth.”

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