Bridger Commercial Funding Promotes Don Farmer to Senior Vice President.
In announcing Farmer's promotion, Bridger's Senior Vice President and national head of relationship management, Peter Grabell, noted, "In the two years that Don has been with Bridger, he has played a significant role in driving increased loan production and broadening our banking relationships in the South Central United States."
Don has over 25 years of broad-based experience in commercial banking, CMBS and real estate finance. He is active in industry groups including the Mortgage Bankers Association, the Risk Management Association, and the Texas Bankers Association. Farmer graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Finance.
The South Central office of Bridger Commercial Funding has recently relocated to 5944 Luther Lane, Suite 309, Dallas, Texas, 75225. Farmer can be reached at 214-987-1183, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bridger Commercial Funding (www.bridgerfunding.com) is the U.S. banking industry's leading provider of commercial real estate capital and balance sheet management services, supplying permanent loan origination and seasoned debt trading capabilities to over 1,500 banking relationships nationwide. Bridger gives banks ready access to the secondary mortgage market as a balance sheet management strategy that efficiently reallocates risk. Bridger's primary products are a CMBS loan origination program and a loan trading service offered through its BankXchange(R) platform, helping banks generate fee income while enhancing borrower relationships and optimizing their portfolio risk-return profiles.
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|Date:||Jun 13, 2005|
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