June 25, 2021 10:00 AM
Newmark is pleased to announce that Daniel Matz has joined as a Senior Managing Director, to bolster the firm’s Debt and Structured Finance Group in the Southeast Region. Matz, who will be based in Newmark’s Miami office, is reporting to and partnering with New York City-based Vice Chairmen and Co-Heads of Capital Markets Debt and Structured Finance, Dustin Stolly and Jordan Roeschlaub.
Recently named the top brokerage team on Commercial Observer’s Power Finance list for the third consecutive year, Stolly and Roeschlaub specialize in debt, equity and loan sales advisory for institutional owners and operators across all asset classes. Matz joins Stolly and Roeschlaub’s team alongside Senior Managing Directors Chris Kramer, Nick Scribani and Daniel Fromm.
“There is a proliferation of New York-based investors pivoting towards high-growth markets in the Southeast, such as Miami, Palm Beach, Nashville, the Carolinas and Atlanta, and it was essential to bring on a leader for the Southeast Region to support the tremendous pace of our business expansion,” said Stolly. “Daniel is a seasoned professional who will contribute to and accelerate the growth of Newmark’s Debt and Structured Finance platform.”
Matz spent 13 years in New York City’s banking sector, with roles at Mesa West Capital, ING Real Estate Finance and Loews Corporation. In 2019, Matz moved to Los Angeles to help establish Mission Capital Debt & Equity’s Los Angeles office, part of Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation responsible for originating and structuring commercial real estate transactions.
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