John G. Oliver

2014 - 2015 | BOMA International Chair and Chief Elected Officers

John is the managing principal for Oliver & Company. In this role, he works with both Fortune 500 companies and real estate owners to provide strategic solutions for their real estate needs, including real estate sales, lease restructuring and other corporate real estate services. Recently, he joined the Board of F.O.G., a Chinese capital and asset management firm headquartered in Shanghai. F.O.G’s goals are to raise capital for investment outside of China and to perform asset management services both in China and abroad.

Within BOMA, John has held elected leadership positions since 1988, including serving as president of BOMA-Atlanta, now BOMA Georgia, as well as chair and chief elected officer of BOMA International. He also played an active role at the regional and international levels, including serving as the chair of BOMA International’s National Advisory Council for three terms. John was honored in 2009 with BOMA Georgia’s top honor, the Huey Award, and with the Southern Region Member of the Year award. John is also a BOMA Fellow.

Before forming Oliver & Company, he was managing director for Wells Real Estate Funds where he was responsible for developing national business opportunities related to the firm’s $12 billion office and industrial portfolio. Prior to joining Wells Real Estate Funds in 2000, John served as vice president in asset services with CB Richard Ellis, where he was responsible for both property management and facility management. John was previously vice president of property management for Grubb & Ellis for their Southeast region and served on the firm’s Executive Property Management Council.