Holliday Fenoglio Fowler L.P. (HFF) expanded its Phoenix office with the hiring of Brad Miner as a director.

Miner will focus on debt and equity placement transactions in Arizona with an emphasis on multi-housing transactions, among other asset classes.

Miner has more than 11 years of experience in commercial real estate finance and most recently worked as a vice president for the debt & equity finance team at CBRE, where he was involved in more than $4 billion of transactions.

He has previously worked on the Financial Analysis Team at Tokyo Star Bank in Tokyo, Japan, and at Wells Fargo Bank. Miner is involved in the Phoenix real estate community as an active member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI).

Additionally, he is a CCIM designee and holds an Arizona real estate license. Miner graduated magna cum laude from Brigham Young University.

“HFF opened its Phoenix office this past summer and since then has been looking to identify and recruit local candidates that possess the same skills and fundamental character traits our culture embodies,” said Jeremy Womack, senior managing director and office head of HFF Phoenix.  “Brad is a perfect fit and we could not be more pleased that he will be a part of our growing team here in Phoenix. He has a wealth of experience across all asset types and has deep relationships with the institutional lenders including life companies, banks and pension funds.”