The Collingwood Group Names New Partner

first_img December 1, 2016 555 Views Share The Collingwood Group Names New Partner 2016-12-01 MirashaBrowncenter_img Meg BurnsThe Collingwood Group, a business advisory firm located in Washington, D.C., announced the promotion of MegBurns to Partner. She will join the firm’s management committee and will lead the Business Advisory practice. She will also be responsible for the firm’s long-term strategic development.She has more than two decades of experience in the housing industry. Before joining The Collingwood Group as a Managing Director, Burns served as Senior Associate Director for Housing and Regulatory Policy at the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). She also served as FHFA’s Senior Associate Director for Congressional Affairs and Communications. In addition, Burns has held key positions with the Federal Housing Administration and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.Members of The Collingwood Group’s leadership team expressed their approval of Burns’ progression within the firm. “Meg is an incredible asset, and has become an indispensable member of the Collingwood leadership team,” said Brian O’Reilly, President and Co-founder of The Collingwood Group.Brian Montgomery, Collingwood Group Vice Chairman, seconded O’Reilly’s sentiments with the following: “I am particularly pleased for Meg in her new position as Partner at the firm. Meg was one of my most trusted advisors when I was FHA Commissioner. She consistently provided me with keen insight and thoughtful opinions on a host of housing policy issues. Meg is well regarded throughout our industry and within government housing circles, and we are thrilled she will continue to promote Collingwood’s brand and expertise in her new role of Partner.” in Headlines, Newslast_img read more

Palmer is due 13 million next year and it is beli

first_imgPalmer is due $13 million next year and it is believed the Raiders will release him if he doesn’t take a pay cut.Oakland could also opt to restructure Palmer’s deal and then trade him to net a draft pick in return, instead of releasing him and getting no compensation.Palmer threw for 4,018 yards and 22 touchdowns with 14 interceptions last season. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Comments   Share   Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellingcenter_img It’s no secret the Arizona Cardinals have a glaring need at the quarterback position and will likely evaluate all avenues in their search for a signal caller this offseason.According to profootballtalk.com, the Cardinals are expected to target a quarterback in the early stages of free agency.While it is still unknown who they will go after, the options appear limited at the position.But, according to the report, the Cardinals could be waiting for Carson Palmer to become available. Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more