Caliber CEO Chris Loeffler receives Vistage Leadership Award

Chris Loeffler (Submitted photo)

The CEO peer-advisory organization, Vistage, recently announced the winners of its 2019 Arizona Member Excellence Awards.

Among the three honorees was Chris Loeffler, the founder and CEO of Caliber-The Wealth Development Company, according to a press release.

Mr. Loeffler was presented with the Vistage Impact Award for making an impact on the group and demonstrating company growth and business development, according to the release, adding that the organization has emerged as an “early adopter and industry-leading expert in opportunity zones” under his direction.

Created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, opportunity zones are designed to spur economic development in underserved communities by providing tax incentives, noted the release.

Caliber was among the first organizations to open a Qualified Opportunity Fund for investors to take advantage of the capital gains tax reduction program, the release detailed.

“It’s an honor to be recognized for our work among this group of highly regarded business leaders, many of whom are also valued clients,” said Mr Loeffler in a prepared statement. “We pride ourselves on the ability to offer clients lucrative alternative investment options, like the Caliber Tax Advantaged Opportunity Fund, that build wealth and generate long-term capital growth.”

During the past 10 years, Caliber grew into a full-service real estate investment company, with a private equity portfolio valued at more than $400 million in assets under management across the southwest, the release said.

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