Lancaster Pollard Bolsters Agency and Syndication Platforms

Lancaster Pollard has announced the hiring of Doug Harper and Casey Moore, managing directors of agency finance, and Joe Munhall, director of syndicated credit. All three come from Berkeley Point Capital where they served in similar capacities. 

“We are very excited to have Doug, Casey and Joe joining us,” said Lancaster Pollard President Kass Matt. “All three are industry veterans who will bring a tremendous amount of capital markets experience and industry knowledge to their leadership roles.”

Harper was most recently a director of seniors housing at Berkeley Point. Prior to that, he was a managing director at Red Capital Group for 10 years. Moore also joins Lancaster Pollard from Berkeley Point with prior experience as a principal at Prudential Mortgage Capital Company and a senior managing director at Red Capital.

“Working with our regionally based investment bankers, Doug and Casey will use their vast seniors housing and capital markets expertise to enhance our industry-leading agency loan origination platform,” said Matt.

Munhall was most recently a vice president of originations at Berkeley and prior to that served as a vice president of corporate banking at Commerce National Bank. He has over 20 years of banking experience in seniors housing, commercial real estate and the middle market.

“As director of syndicated credit, Joe will lead our efforts to partner with banks to provide additional options to our regional bankers for the structuring and sale of debt placements,” said Craig Jones, president and fund manager at Lancaster Pollard. “Further, he will work to enhance our ProperoTM Seniors Housing Equity Fund, a private equity fund that offers a sale-leaseback structure, as well as Lancaster Pollard Finance Company.”

Lancaster Pollard helps health care, senior living and housing providers expand and improve their services by delivering a full range of investment banking, mortgage banking, private equity, balance sheet financing and M&A advisory services.

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