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Real Estate: Fintech Firm Built Technologies Appoints Sam Kemp as Chief Financial Officer

Built Technologies, the company revolutionizing the construction and real estate industry through its platform that connects lenders, owners, contractors, and suppliers, has appointed Sam Kemp as its first Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

In his new role as CFO, Kemp will be in charge of overseeing Built’s finance, accounting, and analytics functions. He will also join the company’s executive leadership team and report directly to CEO Chase Gilbert.

Gilbert expressed his excitement about Kemp joining the Built team, stating that his experience and passion will contribute to the company’s mission. Gilbert believes that Kemp’s expertise will be invaluable in navigating the company’s growth and becoming a significant leader for the future success of Built.

Kemp brings extensive financial and strategic knowledge to Built. His latest role was as the Chief Strategy Officer at GoDaddy, where he focused on aligning strategy, business models, operational drivers, and financials to achieve profitable growth.

Kemp shared his enthusiasm about joining Built during this important phase of the company’s growth. He acknowledged that the Built platform is transforming the construction and real estate finance sectors, and he is eager to contribute to the team that is making it all possible.

Kemp holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Finance from the University of Minnesota.

Built Technologies, a Series D startup headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, is the leading provider of construction and real estate finance technology. Its centralized platform enables increased efficiency, collaboration, transparency, and business agility while reducing risk. This allows customers to improve the construction and management of communities.

The Built platform is widely used by hundreds of leading North American lenders, asset managers, developers, home builders, and contractors.

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