February 5, 2023

Charlotte-based commercial real estate investment firm Faison Enterprises has announced Paul Seufert as its new chief financial officer.
As CFO, Seufert will help guide the company through continued growth as it manages more than $250 million in capital investments, according to a news release from Faison. He will oversee the firm’s financial reporting, treasury and tax functions, and contribute to its investments, corporate philanthropy and strategic growth.
“I am looking forward to leading our team here at Faison to manage and mitigate our company’s risk, to make a positive and lasting impact on our local community and to help navigate an increasingly complex business and tax environment,” Seufert said.
Seufert spent 16 years in public accounting with Deloitte where he worked with clients, serving real estate developers, funds and REITs. He also teaches graduate-level tax classes at North Carolina A&T State University.
Faison, founded in 1988, is a privately held investment firm with a portfolio that includes retail, commercial and residential project holdings. Company president and CEO Kris Fetter said Seufert brings a high level of knowledge to the role.
“He brings not only a wealth of experience from the public accounting side but also a strategic perspective on managing partners, employees and operating systems,” Fetter said.
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