Michael Doyle joined the firm in 2018 to help lead the national Credit Lease Finance practice group for Newmark Securities, LLC along with his partners Dave Cederlund and Jamie Wolfe. Doyle and his team specialize in single-tenant corporate and not-for-profit real estate financing transactions involving the full spectrum of real estate assets.
Tenant clients include Fortune 500 companies and not-for-profit healthcare and educational systems. Assets financed include medical office buildings, hospitals, research and development facilities, corporate headquarters, distribution centers, stand-alone retail sites, data centers, power facilities, manufacturing facilities and related equipment, Tenant Improvements, and FF&E. The team provides credit-based financing solutions and capital markets execution for both tenants and owners of large single-tenant properties and portfolios.
Doyle brings to Newmark Securities more than 25 years of expertise in leasing and investment banking. A top producer nationally, since 2015 he and his team have together closed more than more than 90 transactions representing more than $9 billion in asset value.
Prior to Newmark Securities, Doyle and his partners formed Lighthouse Asset Finance, LLC after working for more than 25 years in leasing and investment banking with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group and its predecessor companies. During his tenure there, Doyle was the lead banker for several geographic and industry-specific coverage teams, most notably for the oil and gas sector from 2000 to 2011. Mr. Doyle became president of the leasing and asset finance division in 2011 and helped form Lighthouse in 2016.
Doyle is a FINRA registered representative and principal (Series 24, 79 and 63). He earned his Master of Science degree in finance from the Carroll Graduate School of Management at Boston College and his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Trinity College.
Active in the local community, Doyle is on the advisory board of The BASE Inc., a Boston area not-for-profit focused on helping urban youth excel through sports-based educational and career advancement programs. He also enjoys spending time with his family, skiing, hockey, golf and fishing.