Frank Pieruccini, CPA
Chief Financial Officer
Frank Pieruccini is Chief Financial Officer for Rappaport where he has been at the helm of all finance, treasury and accounting functions of the company for more than ten years. Rappaport provides the Washington, D.C. area with professional real estate services centered almost exclusively on the retail sector. The company has over 10 million square feet of assets under management totaling almost $3 billion in value, over half of which the company owns with institutional and private partners.
Prior to joining Rappaport, Mr. Pieruccini was Senior Vice President of Accounting Services for Republic Property Trust, a publicly traded commercial real estate investment company, and Chief Financial Officer of Republic Properties Corporation, a commercial office development company. At Republic Property Trust, he was responsible for the financial and accounting aspects of the Trust’s initial public offering, which raised $250 million.
Mr. Pieruccini has more than 30 years’ experience in the Washington, D.C. real estate industry, lending his expertise to management and development companies such as Kaempfer, Cassidy & Pinkard, and Peterson Companies.
He is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Masters of Science degree in Taxation from George Mason University and a Master of Business Administration degree from George Washington University. Frank earned his undergraduate degree in Accounting from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech).
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