The firm's latest addition boosts its affordable multifamily lending capabilities
Greystone Housing Impact Investors (GHI) has announced the appointment of Jason Kaye as managing director.
The Greystone affiliate announced Thursday the addition of Kaye to its leadership team. Reporting to CEO Kenneth Rogozinski, Kaye will focus on originating and structuring tax-exempt loan and bond financing transactions, including construction financing, for affordable multifamily and low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) properties.
Before GHI, Kaye served as a senior vice president at Regions Bank, where he handled debt and tax credit equity, transaction structuring, and loan originations for affordable housing developers. He has also held a similar role at Bank of America's community development banking unit.
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"Jason's experience across a range of multifamily debt and equity platforms, as well as his deep banking knowledge on private placements, syndications, and tax credit equity, will be an asset to GHI and its clients," Rogozinski said in the company's press release. "We are thrilled for the potential to grow our impact across new affordable housing markets with his expertise and relationships, and warmly welcome Jason to the team."
Greystone, a commercial real estate company, formed GHI in 1998 to acquire, hold, sell and deal with a portfolio of mortgage revenue bonds to provide financing for affordable multifamily, seniors and student housing properties.
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