Day in the Life:
As an Analyst on the Acquisitions & Asset Management team, you will work in a small, highly visible dedicated team to assist in advising HBC leadership on strategic decisions related to maximizing the value of HBC’s Real Estate. You will be part of the CEO’s and C-Suite’s opportunistic, creative, deal-focused team charged with leading Acquisitions, Dispositions, and Capital Markets transactions in addition to other special projects. To effectively perform, this team works closely with every group in HBC P&I including the Development, Design, Leasing, Financial, and Legal departments. Due to the intertwined relationship of HBC’s companies and their Real Estate holdings, this team must work with and understand all aspects of HBC, including the E-commerce companies, Brick & Mortar companies, Investor Relations, Treasury, Accounting & Tax, and Corporate Legal departments.
HBC Properties & Investments (HBC P&I):
HBC P&I is the firm’s investment division responsible for leading and supporting all strategic and asset maximization decisions at HBC, including new ventures, mergers & acquisitions, capital markets, capital allocation, and asset management across HBC’s portfolio of Real Estate, E-commerce, Brick & Mortar, and other investments initiatives. HBC P&I also owns StreetWorks Development, a 50+ person full-scale, vertically integrated development company with decades of experience, which was acquired specifically to focus on maximizing value of HBC’s Real Estate portfolio. HBC P&I also owns a group of Office, Residential, and Wellness stand-alone operating companies which were formed to opportunistically leverage the company’s centuries old brands and create value in HBC as well as expand in 3rd party Real Estate.
What You Will Need:
What You Can Expect:
Founded in 1670, HBC is North America’s longest continually operating company. What initially began as a fur trading company, HBC diversified into the department store industry by the mid-19th century. The modern evolution of this company started in 2006 when Richard Baker began strategically acquiring retail and technology companies financed by the value of the companies’ underlying multi-billion-dollar Real Estate portfolio. Present day, Baker serves as Governor, Executive Chairman, and CEO of HBC. HBC’s Group of Companies, which include (3) E-commerce companies: Saks.com, Off Fifth.com, and The Bay.com; (3) Brick & Mortar Retail companies: Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks Off Fifth, and Hudson’s Bay; and Baker’s strategic investment company HBC Properties and Investments which currently controls over 40 million gross square feet. The company was taken private in March 2020 and is in the process of reimagining and leveraging its entire portfolio to position it for the digital transformation in retail while reimaging and maximizing the value of its extensive portfolio of assets, including its real estate.
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