March 24, 2011 — Reid Thomas, NES Financial’s (NESF) Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing, published an article in The TIPRO TARGET regarding using 1031 exchanges wisely. The article provides a checklist for carefully choosing a Qualified Intermediary (QI) for the Oil & Gas Industry’s 1031 exchanges.
Thomas is responsible for global sales and marketing at NES Financial. He brings over 20 years of experience in sales and marketing at both private and public companies, and has held executive sales and marketing positions at other high growth Silicon Valley companies including Sylantro Systems, an industry pioneer in Voice Over IP, VINA Technologies, and Octel Communications (acquired by Lucent Technologies). Most recently, Reid served as SVP of Global Sales at Laszlo Systems, a global leader and pioneer in Rich Internet Applications.
NES Financial (NESF) partners with leading financial institutions, law firms and corporations to provide transparent, secure and compliant third-party administration solutions for trusts, complex multi-party escrows and 1031 exchanges. Flexible, scalable and cost-effective, these solutions include proprietary state-of-the-art technology and outstanding client services, with subject matter expertise in banking, real estate, leasing, transportation and tax law. As a result, NES Financial has become a leader in third-party administration solutions for the legal profession, banking industry, Fortune 500 companies and government agencies, with tens of billions of dollars processed each year.
About NES Financial
NES Financial (NESF) is the nation’s leading provider of secure, transparent and compliant financial administration and 1031 exchange solutions for Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions and law firms. Combining proprietary state-of-the-art technology and outstanding client services with subject matter expertise in trusts, escrows and 1031 exchanges, NESF delivers flexible and scalable solutions that safely process over 70 billion dollars each year.