Capital Review Group (CRG) announces the promotion of Charles “Chuck” Duncan to Regional Director, Pacific Northwest. Mr. Duncan joined CRG’s Pacific Northwest office in the Seattle, Washington area in 2011, where he was responsible for regional business development, and most recently took on the role of Senior Associate. Chuck has expertise in §179D energy efficiencies, cost segregation/depreciation and is a business development specialist.
Mr. Duncan is a long-time resident of Washington, where he studied Construction Theory and Management in the Engineering Department at Washington State University in Pullman. He brings over 20 years of successful sales-focused experience in the IT and Communications industry to CRG, with outstanding performance for companies such as Cray Research, Sun Microsystems and AT&T Mobility.
Mr. Duncan has proven to be a valuable asset to the CRG Pacific Northwest Territory team, and is pleased to continue building business for the company in this senior leadership role. His keen understanding of the drivers influencing the construction and engineering business and how it is changing the Northwest landscape has been invaluable in promoting CRG’s mission throughout the Pacific Northwest.
According to CRG founder and CEO, Marky Moore, “Chuck is integral to CRG, demonstrating a thorough understanding of CRG’s mission and its relationship to the Pacific Northwest. His leadership skills and sales acumen, combined with his knowledge of construction, §179D “green” building tax incentives and cost segregation have proven to be a great fit for the CRG team. We are very excited about Chuck’s contribution to CRG’s growth in the Pacific Northwest.”
Capital Review Group is a leader in providing up-to-date, specialized services related to green tax incentives, energy tax deductions, IRS compliance regulations and energy strategies including renewables. Using CRG’s Capital Discovery® process, numerous clients have benefited from successful identification of tax effects that yield immediate and dramatic financial advantage, as well as the application of discovered capital to high-value energy projects.