A10 Capital Hires New East Coast Origination Manager

A10 Capital, Boise, Idaho, hired Alex Biagioli as Senior Executive Vice President of Originations.

Biagioli will lead A10’s eastern U.S. loan origination team. He has 20 years of commercial real estate origination and management experience and joined the firm from JPMorganChase & Co. where he served as an Executive Director. Previously, he was a Senior Vice President at Santander Bank where he managed the large-loan origination group for Santander Real Estate Capital.

Greystone Boosts Commercial Real Estate Lending Teams in Dallas, Philadelphia

Greystone, New York, added two directors to its origination team to boost regional mortgage lending production. Don Farmer and Lou Tiberio joined the company in Irving, Texas and Philadelphia, Pa., respectively. The pair bring more than three decades of real estate finance experience to Greystone.

A 20-year veteran of the commercial real estate capital markets industry, Farmer was most recently a Managing Director of Structured Finance at Transwestern. Prior to that, he served roles as South Central Regional Loan Origination Manager at Bridger Commercial Funding and co-founded Arcap real estate investment trust.

Tiberio joined Greystone from Investors Bank, where he was a Vice President. He has more than 12 years of commercial real estate experience. With a focus on Agency lending production in the Philadelphia and southern New Jersey markets, he will expand Greystone’s regional reach for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily financing. 

Traynor and Millon Join CBRE Capital Markets as Executive Vice Presidents

CBRE Group, Los Angeles, announced that Thomas Traynor and James Millon will join CBRE Capital Markets’ Debt & Structured Finance team as executive vice presidents.

Based in the firm’s Midtown Manhattan office, Traynor and Millon will focus on large loan space in New York City. Both join CBRE from Deutsche Bank. Since 2014, Traynor has arranged more than $9.2 billion of large fixed- and floating-rate financing transactions ranging from single assets to large portfolios. Millon has recently been involved with or led capital market efforts for high-profile clients including Blackstone, Essex Residential and NorthStar.

Their combined recent transactions include: $1.7 billion loan for Atlantis; $1.4 billion commercial mortgage-backed securities loan for 3 Bryant Park; $900 million loan for the Grace Building; $900 million CMBS loan for 225 Liberty Street; $675 million loan for 520 Madison Avenue; $620 million loan ARC Net Lease Portfolio; $560 million CMBS loan for Park Avenue Tower; $485 million loan for 300 Park Avenue; $460 million CMBS loan for the Greenfield Suburban Office Portfolio; $360 million loan for 1177 Avenue of the Americas and $310 million balance sheet loan for 575 Fifth Avenue.