Commercial Names in the News
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Tom MacManus Joins A10 Capital as President, Strategic Accounts
A10 Capital, Boise, Idaho, hired Tom MacManus in a newly created role, President of Strategic Accounts.
MacManus previously served as President and COO of ARA Finance, a national full-service mortgage finance firm, where he developed the firm's national multifamily lending platform. Prior to that, he was also Chairman and CEO of Cushman & Wakefield Sonnenblick Goldman, New York.
Prior to Cushman & Wakefield, MacManus held various senior leadership positions during a nine-year career with GMAC Commercial Mortgage Corp. From 2003-2006, he served as President of GMACCM and CEO of its North American Operations where he managed mortgage banking and seven other lending platforms comprising a $10 billion balance sheet and $22 billion in annual originations.
Prior to joining GMACCM, MacManus was a Senior Vice President at Midlantic Bank (now PNC) headquartered in New Jersey.
Frink Joins Greystone as Managing Director
Greystone, New York, appointed Dan Frink as a Managing Director, taking on a senior position on the FHA lending team.
Frink joined Greystone after two decades at Dominion Due Diligence Group, an environmental, engineering and energy assessment due diligence firm for the multifamily and healthcare sectors.
In his new role, Frink will serve as a liaison between Greystone's underwriting team and various third-party report providers with the goal of making the process as seamless as possible for its borrower clients.
HFF Hires Nalbandian as Senior Managing Director in its New Jersey office
Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, Houston, hired Gregory Nalbandian as a Senior Managing Director in its New Jersey office. He will focus on debt and equity placement transactions in New Jersey and the Tri-State area.
Nalbandian has more than 23 years of experience in commercial real estate . He joined HFF from NorthMarq Capital, where he worked as a senior vice president and managing director since 2005. In this role, he was responsible for leading the New Jersey regional office and was consistently a top producer nationally working on a variety of debt and equity placements.
Prior to NorthMarq, Nalbandian was a principal at The Schonbraun McCann Group LLC, a real estate-dedicated advisory firm in New Jersey. He began his commercial real estate career with O'Connor Capital Partners, a real estate private equity fund in New York City.
Marcus & Millichap Opens New Office in Baltimore
Marcus & Millichap opened a new office in Baltimore. Bryn Merrey, senior vice president/division manager of the firm's Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern offices, will manage the Baltimore office.
Marcus & Millichap has completed high-profile transactions in Baltimore such as 33 South Gay St., Church Lane Shopping Center, the Baltimore Veteran's Affairs Annex and Reisterstown Shopping Center.
The new Baltimore office is staffed by eight seasoned agents who have relocated from the firm's Washington, D.C. office, including a retail team led by Chris Burnham, a hospitality team, a multifamily team and an office and industrial team.
Marcus & Millichap also promoted Steven Weinstock to National Director in the firm's National Land Group
Weinstock currently serves as regional manager of the firm's Chicago Oak Brook office, a position he will maintain in addition to his new appointment. He is also a first vice president.
Haize appointed Global Head of Debt Capital Markets at Natixis
Michael Haize has been appointed Global Head of Debt Capital Markets.
Until now, Haize was Head of Capital Markets & Corporate Banking with Deutsche Bank in Paris.
Haize started his career at Société Générale as Head of Corporate Options and Equity Derivatives Marketing in 1990. In 1993, he joined JP Morgan in Paris and then in London, where he held the positions of Head of Origination & Derivatives Marketing for France & Belux and then Head of Corporate Bond Syndicate Euro.
In 2001, he joined Deutsche Bank in London as Head of Debt Capital Markets and Derivatives for France & Belux, Co-Head of Debt Capital Markets FIG & SSA for Europe and then Head of Capital Markets and Corporate Banking in Paris.
National Cooperative Bank Hires Rubin
National Cooperative Bank, Arlington, Va. hired Fred Rubin as Deputy Chief Credit Officer. He has more than 29 years of experience in credit and risk management.
As Deputy Chief Credit Officer, Rubin will work closely with the Chief Credit Officer to set loan policies and procedures, monitor and report all credit risk activities, and maintain the bank's overall credit quality and credit performance. He will provide additional support and direction to the commercial underwriting and special assets functions at the bank.
Prior to joining NCB, Rubin was Deputy Chief Credit Officer at Pacific Mercantile Bank in Costa Mesa, Calif., where he managed the overall credit quality, performance and loss of the bank's credit portfolio. Prior to that he served as Chief Credit Officer at Pentagon Federal Credit Union and Director of Credit Review at Susquehanna Bank. He also has several years of experience as a National Bank Examiner.