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Abby McQuire
Director, Commercial Financing

Simon Verdy
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Michele Cook
Director, Commercial Financing

Henry Chung
Director, Commercial Financing

Russell B. Syme
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Scott Lynds
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Edgar Kieser
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Adam Powadiuk
Director, Commercial Financing

Ilan Barda
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Andrew Drexler
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Dru McAuley
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Benoit Allaire
Director, Commercial Financing

Barry C. Gidney
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Pierre Leroux
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Darryl Bellwood
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Brian Kimmel
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Daniel Bragagnolo
Director, Commercial Financing

Alison Afaganis
Senior Analyst, Commercial Mortgages

Jonathan Philipps
Director, Commercial Financing

Veronique Clermont
Bilingual Analyst, Commercial Mortgages

Jody Comeau
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Reed Bracken
Business Development Manager, Commercial Financing

Paul Steckler
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Lina Angelini
Senior Analyst, Commercial Mortgages

Stefan Steele
Senior Analyst, Credit Adjudication

Yohan Kadoch
Director, Commercial Financing

Miyadh Mutahar
Analyst, Commercial Mortgages

Peter Cook
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Troy Barker
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Robert Fleet
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Evan Pawliuk
Director, Commercial Financing

Jim Foote
Assistant Vice President, Commercial Financing

Jamie McCallum
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Tim Kennedy
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Recent financings

  • Published
    Funds used for development capital
    $24 Million

    269,230 Sq. Ft. – Mississauga, Ontario

    • Portfolio of multi-tenant industrial/office buildings with a total of 269,230 Sq. Ft.
    • Conventional First Mortgage with 5 years term and 25 years amortization
    • 215 bps gross spread
    • Loan to value ratio: 65%

  • Published
    Refinancing an existing mortgage with a new CMHC insured first mortgage
    $3 Million

    21 units – Oakbank, Manitoba

    • A newly constructed 3 storey multi-family residential building
    • Loan to value ratio: 85%
    • 5 years term and 40 years amortization

  • Published
    Paying out existing loan with new short-term financing
    $21 Million

    249,230 Sq. Ft. – Longueuil, Quebec

    • Shopping plaza with gross leasable area
    • Loan to value ratio: 65%
     3 years term with 25 years amortization

  • Published
    Providing equity and funds in the property
    $1 Million

    42 units – Abbotsford, British Columbia

    • A new CMHC insured second mortgage
    • 5 years term and 30 years amortization
    • Loan to value ratio: 72%

  • Published
    Financing of servicing costs for residential development
    $7 Million

    994,295 Sq. Ft. – Mont Sainte-Hilaire, Quebec

    • 36 months open for repayment after 12 months
    • Interest only 
    • Loan to value ratio: 38%

  • Published
    Providing equity and reinvesting funds in the property
    $2 Million

    61 units – Abbotsford, British Columbia

    • 5 years term with 30 years amortization
    • Loan to value ratio: 71.5%
    • CMHC insured loan

  • Published
    Major CapEx improvements
    $4 Million

    288 units – St. Therese, Quebec

    • Renovating common areas, expanding the kitchen with new equipment, relocating the main entrance and the addition of a handicap ramp
    • Placing a second rank loan behind two CMHC insured first mortgage loans held by First National
    • Loan to value ratio: 73.7%

  • Published
    Refinancing an existing mortgage with outstanding debt
    $9 Million

    72 units – Guelph, Ontario

    • CMHC insured first mortgage to payout existing loan
    • Recapture capital expenditures already made into the property
    • Loan to value ratio: 75%
    • 5 years term and 30 years amortization 

  • Published
    Refinancing an existing mortgage and expansion project
    $16 Million

    238 units – Richelieu, Quebec

    • Two residences combine for a total of 238 units with care ranging semi-autonomous, rehabilitation and fully autonomous rooms
    • Loan to value ratio: 85%
    • 10 years term with 25 years amortization

  • Published
    Facilitating a purchase
    $7 Million

    53 units – Etobicoke, Ontario

    • Borrower plans for major repairs and renovations to the property to achieve projected market rents
    • 2 years term
    • Loan to value ratio: 67.6%

  • Published
    Funding for purchase of the land, construction and improvements
    $5 Million

    13,880 Sq. Ft. – Orangeville, Ontario

    • A retail convenience plaza that is currently 100% preleased to five tenants
    • Conventional construction – first mortgage
    • 24 months term
    • Loan to value ratio: 68.3%

  • Published
    Obtaining funds for future investments
    $28 Million

    182 units – Edmonton, Alberta

    • Loan to value ratio: 74%
    • First mortgage – CMHC insured
    • 40 years amortization period

  • Published
    Repaying existing debt and closing costs
    $12 Million

    48 units – Oshawa, Ontario

    • Conventional First Mortgage (bridge loan)
    • Loan to value ratio: 69.6%
    • Reimburse outstanding site improvement security deposit held by the town

  • Published
    Purchasing share in a property
    $1 Million

    54 units – North Bay, Ontario

    • A CMHC second mortgage
    • Loan to value ratio: 63.6%
    • Purchasing the remaining 40% share of the subject property

  • Published
    Funding for occupancy permits and rental achievement conditions
    $2 Million

    80 units – Halifax, Nova Scotia

    • CMHC insured First Mortgage on the subject property
    • Mixed-use commercial building with 80 multi-family rental units
    • Commercial space is expected to be demised into 4-5 tenants

  • Published
    Purchase of new construction property
    $3 Million

    18,039 Sq. Ft. – Terrebonne, Quebec

    • Loan to value ratio: 85%
    • First mortgage post construction loan
    • New construction property built in 2017

  • Published
    Loan for major improvements
    $3 Million

    444 units – Montreal, Quebec

    • Placing a third ranking loan behind two CMHC insured first and second rank loans
    • Equity exit will be used for major CapEx improvements to bring the building up to code
    • Loan to value ratio: 67.7%



  • Published
    Refinancing debt on the property and new financings
    $3 Million

    26 units – Toronto, Ontario

    • 10 years term with 35 years amortizations
    • Loan to value ratio: 74.23%
    • Average rent per unit: $1,089
    • Borrower plans to upgrade all unrenovated units

  • Published
    Funds required to assist in the purchase of another business
    $4 Million

    71,400 Sq. Ft. – Toronto, Ontario

  • Published
    CMHC insured mortgage to refinance existing mortgage
    $1 Million

    280 units – Toronto, Ontario

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