Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston has proudly welcomed Robert Weisenberger as chief financial officer. Weisenberger joins our company's leadership team with more than 23 years of financial service experience.
"Bob has an extensive background in accounting and finance for privately held firms with significant knowledge of balance sheet management, financial reporting, and compliance," said CEO Kent Hanley. "He makes a great addition to our leadership team as he brings insight from a variety of industries that align well with our company's vast portfolio of real estate service offerings."
Weisenberger will manage our company's Accounting and Finance Department and oversee accounting and reporting functions for all existing services including residential and commercial real estate, rental and property management and title insurance. He will also provide strategic financial guidance for Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston's growth and expansion plans.
Robert Weisenberger previously served as CFO at TSI Healthcare, Inc., an electronic health record and practice management firm in Chapel Hill, and Credit Risk Management Analytics, LLC, a banking and financial consulting firm in Raleigh. Prior, he held comptroller and senior finance positions at the North Carolina Turnpike Authority (NCDOT), with Triangle-area home builder Winstar Homes, Inc., and The Brickman Group landscaping maintenance and design firm.
Weisenberger holds a bachelor's degree in Accounting from East Carolina University in Greenville and is a Certified Public Accountant in North Carolina and Virginia. He is a member of the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants and the Raleigh Chapter of the Financial Executives Networking Group. An avid soccer player throughout his youth and a former college athlete at Belmont Abbey College in Belmont, Weisenberger remains active playing for the Triangle Adult Soccer League. He is also currently serving as Deputy Grand Knight and will assume the Grand Knight role next summer for the Knights of Columbus at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Parish. He and his wife Jackie and their two sons have lived in Raleigh for more than 13 years.