Scott Reiman has made an indelible impact on Denver’s business and cultural landscape over the course of his multifaceted entrepreneurial career. One of Quarterly Forum’s two founding sponsors, he has promoted the organization’s mission and vision since its inception, building solid ties within the greater Denver business community.
As founder and president of Denver-based Hexagon, Scott Reiman oversees a diversified investment firm with interests in private equity, energy, real estate, and other key areas. He also invests much of Hexagon’s resources into the continued growth of Denver’s commercial segment, funding such developments as Larimer Square, Market Street Center, and the LoDo Parking Garage. For these and other contributions to the city, Mr. Reiman received the 1998 Downtown Denver Award from the Downtown Denver Partnership.
Born and raised in Milwaukee, Scott Reiman left Wisconsin for Colorado in the 1980s and earned a finance degree from the University of Denver. Following graduation, he remained in the city and carved out a successful niche in private equity with the formation of Hexagon, in 1992.
A philanthropist as well, he is the managing director of the Reiman Foundation and provides extensive support to numerous Denver organizations, particularly those that focus on education, the Arts and entrepreneurial businesses. Among the organizations he supports are Rocky Mountain PBS, the Alliance for Choice in Education (ACE) Scholarships, the University of Denver, the Denver Art Museum and many others. Scott Reiman is also a trustee of the University of Denver and member of the Strategic Advisory Board for the Daniels College of Business, home to the Reiman School of Finance.