Armada Analytics Inc., a leading independent real estate consulting firm headquartered in Greenville, S.C., announces the appointment of Matt Legge as chief executive officer to develop and execute the next phase of its growth strategy.
In his role at Armada, Matt will be responsible for strategic agility in aligning process improvement, diversification and client development to drive execution across all business service offerings. He officially joined the team on Jan. 1, 2019.
“We are fortunate to have someone of Matt’s caliber and experience step up to lead Armada as we enter the next stage of accelerating what is working well for Armada and adapting to the fluid needs of the marketplace,” said Zack Devier, founder and president. “Matt is a leader with hard-core underwriting skills, business vision and the ability to bring people together to successfully implement our growth strategy and take advantage of the market opportunities ahead. Matt has the right operational and communication skills to take Armada to the next level. He is customer-focused with deep leadership capabilities and I look forward to working with him to implement our vision of exponential growth and continued dedicated excellence and dependability across Armada’s diversified platform.”
Regarding the appointment, Matt stated: “As a long-time compatriot of Zack, I’ve observed the company’s steadfast leadership and impressive growth over 12 years. As an Armada client, I’ve had the distinct pleasure of working with the talented Armada professionals that are dedicated to excellence and am delighted to be joining this dynamic team and contribute to accelerated diversified growth and enhanced efficiencies and participate in the Armada team culture that consistently delivers quality for its clients.”
Legge makes the next step in his career after nine (9) years at Capital One Multifamily Finance (formerly Beech Street Capital), where he was most recently senior vice president and head of underwriting for Capital One’s Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac operations.