Thursday, May 19, 2011

Arbor Appoints Daniel Kenny as Senior Vice President, Credit Management

Uniondale, NY (May 19, 2011) – Arbor Commercial Mortgage, LLC, a leader in the commercial real estate finance industry, announced today the appointment of Daniel Kenny (top right photo) to Senior Vice President, Credit Management, in Arbor’s New York City office. He reports to John Natalone (lower left photo), Executive Vice President.

 A 27-year commercial real estate industry veteran, Mr. Kenny is now responsible for leading Arbor’s Credit Management Group, which includes the development and supervision of an asset management platform and team in support of Arbor’s Fannie Mae DUS® and balance sheet lending programs.

Prior to joining Arbor, Mr. Kenny was the Senior Vice President of the Asset Recovery Group at KeyBank. While there, he coordinated and integrated the Union State Bank portfolio into KeyBank’s Commercial Real Estate ARG platform and managed a portfolio of loans and real-estate-owned assets. His responsibilities included developing strategic plans, asset valuation, underwriting, workouts, structuring, loan sales, litigation and portfolio recovery optimization.

Prior to KeyBank, Mr. Kenny was the Director in Commercial Real Estate Group at Dillon Read Capital Management in New York, where he originated mortgage loans and proprietary equity investments and was the capital representative for joint venture equity investments in value-added and net-leased properties.

 Earlier in his career, Mr. Kenny held senior-level positions at several other esteemed commercial real estate investment and lending organizations including, UBS Investment Bank, Bayerische Hypo und Vereinsbank, Skopbank, CorEast Savings Bank and Chase Manhattan Bank.

 Mr. Kenny received his Master of Science degree in Real Estate Investment from New York University and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Business Administration from St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, NY. He resides in Glen Rock, NJ.

Contact:  Christopher Ostrowski,

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