Blue, Davidson now senior managing directors; Nelik becomes corporate managing director
Los Angeles, CA (July 27, 2012)  
Studley, an international commercial tenant advisory firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of three professionals in its West Los Angeles office, all members of the firm’s national Corporate Services Group. Alex Blue and Corey Davidson have been promoted to senior managing director from corporate managing director. Liron Nelik has been promoted to corporate managing director from managing director.

As a member of the Corporate Services Group, Blue delivers strategic and financial consulting services, and specializes in transaction structuring, negotiation strategy and financial analysis for a wide range of corporate clients. He joined the firm in 2005.

Blue is active in fundraising on behalf of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Emory University with a Bachelor of Arts in economics.

Davidson, a principal with Studley’s Corporate Services Group, has been with the firm since 2001, and is responsible for developing and delivering strategic consulting and brokerage services that bridge corporate finance and commercial real estate for companies with facilities in multiple markets.

He is a member of the board of directors of Team Prime Time, an organization that serves at-risk children through intervention programs combining academics, athletics, leadership training and the arts, and is also an active member of the Surfrider Foundation, a nonprofit environmental organization. Davidson graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a Bachelor of Arts in cognitive psychology.

Nelik began his career with Studley in 2000. As a member of the Corporate Services Group, he provides strategic support and transaction management services on behalf of the group’s national corporate clients.

A graduate of UCLA, Nelik received his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. He is an active member of the Jewish Federation Real Estate and Construction Division, which supports the mission of raising money for the Los Angeles Jewish Federation.