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David Homrich
EVP, CFO & CIO, AMB Group, LLC

Biography

David Homrich is Executive Vice President - Chief Financial & Investment Officer of AMB Group, LLC, the parent company of the Atlanta Falcons. He is President of Exodus Capital, LLC, Arthur M. Blank’s private investment company, Treasurer of The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, and a senior officer of several other companies, which comprise the Blank Family of Businesses including AMB Sports & Entertainment, PGA TOUR Superstore, and Mountain Sky Guest Ranch. His current responsibilities include financial, tax, risk management and strategic planning. He also is responsible for investment strategy and management as well as new business analysis and development. 

Homrich joined AMB Group, LLC upon its formation in 2001. Prior to that, he was Chairman and CEO of Homrich Berg, an Atlanta-based wealth management company he co-founded in 1989. While at Homrich Berg, he served as personal financial and investment advisor to Arthur Blank. Before co-founding Homrich Berg, he was a principal in an investment advisory company and a manager in the tax department of the Atlanta office of Price Waterhouse.

Homrich serves, or has served, on the boards of several private companies. He presently serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council at the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business and is a former member of the Governing Board of the State Properties Commission and the Georgia Building Authority.

Homrich is past chairman of the Board of Directors of the Metro Atlanta YMCA and presently serves on its Board Development committee. In 2008, he was honored to receive the Bransby Christian Leadership Award from the Metro Atlanta YMCA. In 2007, the Georgia Society of CPAs presented its Public Service Award to Homrich in recognition of his public service to the community and the state of Georgia.

A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in accounting, Homrich also earned his Master of Accountancy degree with a tax concentration from UGA. 

He and his wife, Lynne, reside in Atlanta with their three sons and daughter.

David Homrich is Executive Vice President - Chief Financial & Investment Officer of AMB Group, LLC, the parent company of the Atlanta Falcons. He is President of Exodus Capital, LLC, Arthur M. Blank’s private investment company, Treasurer of The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, and a senior officer of several other companies, which comprise the Blank Family of Businesses including AMB Sports & Entertainment, PGA TOUR Superstore, and Mountain Sky Guest Ranch. His current responsibilities include financial, tax, risk management and strategic planning. He also is responsible for investment strategy and management as well as new business analysis and development. 

Homrich joined AMB Group, LLC upon its formation in 2001. Prior to that, he was Chairman and CEO of Homrich Berg, an Atlanta-based wealth management company he co-founded in 1989. While at Homrich Berg, he served as personal financial and investment advisor to Arthur Blank. Before co-founding Homrich Berg, he was a principal in an investment advisory company and a manager in the tax department of the Atlanta office of Price Waterhouse.

Homrich serves, or has served, on the boards of several private companies. He presently serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council at the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business and is a former member of the Governing Board of the State Properties Commission and the Georgia Building Authority.

Homrich is past chairman of the Board of Directors of the Metro Atlanta YMCA and presently serves on its Board Development committee. In 2008, he was honored to receive the Bransby Christian Leadership Award from the Metro Atlanta YMCA. In 2007, the Georgia Society of CPAs presented its Public Service Award to Homrich in recognition of his public service to the community and the state of Georgia.

A magna cum laude graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in accounting, Homrich also earned his Master of Accountancy degree with a tax concentration from UGA. 

He and his wife, Lynne, reside in Atlanta with their three sons and daughter.