Colliers International | Pittsburgh Appoints Mamadou Baldé, Esq. to Vice President & In-House Counsel Office Brokerage

Colliers International | Pittsburgh, a leading provider of commercial real estate services in Western Pennsylvania, announced today that Mamadou Baldé, Esq. has joined the firm as Vice President & In-House Counsel to assist with the growth of the Office Brokerage practice.

Born in Guinea, West Africa, Baldé immigrated to the United States as a child and graduated from Moon Area High School. He attended the University of Akron and transferred to Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and was a member of the University’s football program. Baldé earned a juris doctor degree from Liberty University in 2012. Since then, he has been a practicing attorney serving the energy industry by analyzing contracts, conducting title searches and options, and performing property due diligence in both Pennsylvania and Ohio.

As a member of the Office Brokerage team, Mr. Baldé will be responsible for contract and lease negotiations, acquisitions and dispositions and client relationships. He will also serve as the

in-house counsel with responsibilities ranging from reviewing contracts, and negotiating the terms of agreements to providing legal advice.

“Colliers International is extremely excited to have a professional of Baldé’s caliber on the Office Brokerage team,” stated Managing Director, Gregg Broujos. “His background in commercial real estate, coupled with his extensive legal training, will allow Colliers International to further accelerate the success of our clients. We believe that his experience in law, in addition to the commitment demonstrated as a Division I athlete, will serve him well in our very competitive industry.”

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