Dan Sink, who helped lead Kite Realty Group Trust through its initial public offering in 2004, plans to step down as chief financial officer, the company announced Monday.
Sink’s last day with the Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust will be June 30.
Sink, 50, who joined Kite as CFO in 1999, said he plans “to pursue other personal and professional interests.” He said the departure is not due to any disagreements or related to any company matters.
Kite said it has begun looking for a new CFO, and Sink will help with the transition.
“Dan has been a great colleague and friend over the last 20-plus years,” said CEO John Kite in written comments. “We have been through a lot together, and I have really enjoyed working with him. I look forward to seeing what Dan does next in life, and I have no doubt that he will continue to succeed and play an important role in whatever he does.”
Prior to joining Kite, Sink spent 10 years as a tax specialist in charge of central Indiana real estate/construction group at accounting firm Olive LLP, which later merged with BKD LLP.
Sink was an honoree in IBJ’s CFO of the Year program in 2014.
“I am honored to have had the chance to work with John [Kite], his dad, Al [Kite], and all of the other Kite teammates who have made such great contributions over the years,” Sink said. “I appreciate the opportunities that they gave to me, and I will always look back fondly at my years here at Kite.”