Bellwether Enterprise Hires 22 in California

Bellwether Enterprise, the commercial mortgage banking subsidiary of Enterprise Community Investment, hired 22 people in southern California.

The new hires join Bellwether Enterprise’s newly formed Los Angeles office and existing San Diego and Irvine offices. The expansion is expected to add more than $1 billion in annual loan volume, bringing the total anticipated loan volume to $6 billion in 2017.

The new hires include:
Shelley Magoffin in Los Angeles – EVP and Loan Originator
Shelley Hasskamp in Los Angeles — VP of Portfolio Management
Max Sauerman in Los Angeles — VP and Loan Originator
Kevin Mulvaney in Los Angeles – SVP and Loan Originator
Perry Colligan in Los Angeles – SVP and Loan Originator
Mack Mower in Los Angeles — AVP
Andrew Chen in Los Angeles — Analyst
Alan Soleyman in Los Angeles — Analyst
Jeannette Kahan in Los Angeles — Closer
Jeffrey Greathouse in Los Angeles — Closer
Suzy Chu in Los Angeles — Servicing
Jasmine Small in Los Angeles — Servicing
Keith Arky in Los Angeles — Servicing

Tom Kenny in Irvine — EVP and Loan Originator
Josh Boehling in Irvine — VP and Loan Originator
Tom Turnage in Irvine – VP and Loan Originator
Mark Durfee in Irvine — Transaction Manager
Lindsey Carter in Irvine — Senior Analyst
Alex Gregoire in Irvine — Analyst

Nicholas Alston in San Diego — SVP and Loan Originator
Jimmy Harris in San Diego — VP and Loan Originator
Derek Hobson in San Diego — Analyst

Davis joins NorthMarq Capital’s Tampa Office
NorthMarq Capital hired Scott Davis as senior vice president/senior director. He will operate from NorthMarq’s Tampa, Fla. regional office.

In his role at NorthMarq–which marks a return to the company–Davis will source interim and permanent debt and equity opportunities for all product types throughout the country. He has experience in construction, re-development, tax credit bridge financing and land A&D financing.

Prior to joining NorthMarq, Davis worked at several money-center commercial banks, mortgage banks and bank consulting assignments. He has completed $2 billion in CRE financing through sources including commercial mortgage-backed securities, commercial bank and non-bank entities, life companies, GSEs and private capital providers.