BBG hires ex-McKinsey consultant as VP of special projects

01 February 2022 2 min. read
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BBG, a Dallas-headquartered commercial property due diligence advisory firm, has hired Raj Roy as vice president of special projects.

In the new created role, Roy will leverage his strategy and operations consulting experience to drive cross-functional improvements in BBG’s operations and systems. He will collaborate with internal stakeholders to create and execute strategic firmwide initiatives, while also providing hands-on execution support.

Roy joins BBG from McKinsey, where he spent the last four years as a Dallas-based VP in the management consultancy’s transformation practice. He focused on revenue growth and other operational improvement engagements at energy firms, among other industry clients.

Before joining McKinsey, Roy was an associate in the corporate restructuring practice of Alvarez & Marsal, as well as a senior consultant at PacWest Consulting Partners and a consultant at Booz & Company (now PwC’s Strategy&). He was also previously director of operations at CleanEdison, a provider of training courses in cleantech and sustainable practices.

BBG hires ex-McKinsey consultant as VP of special projects

Roy has an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and bachelor’s and master’s degrees in operations research from Columbia University.

 "We are pleased to welcome Raj to BBG as we embark on an exciting new chapter of growth in 2022,” said Chris Roach, CEO of BBG. “Raj is a dynamic and highly accomplished professional who has an established track record of delivering significant improvements in business operational performance. We are extremely confident that Raj's unique talents will appreciably strengthen our growth strategies, allowing us to further broaden our market reach and to enhance best-in-class services to our expanding client roster."

BBG provides property due diligence services spanning valuation, assessment, and advisory. The firm’s offerings include institutional asset valuation, lease and cost analysis, litigation support, environmental due diligence, energy efficiency services, and land surveying.

“The commercial real estate market is rapidly undergoing transformational change that is improving efficiencies and maximizing values,” Roy said. “I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to leverage my experience and expertise in helping BBG achieve its continued strong growth required in delivering the best possible client outcomes in this environment.”             

BBG has more than 500 people across 45+ offices in the US and works with investors, lenders, mortgage brokers, attorneys, accountants, and service providers.