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MBA names Gail Cardwell senior vice president of commercial/multifamily

Apr 12, 2010

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) has announced that Gail Cardwell has been named senior vice president of commercial/multifamily. Cardwell will manage the commercial/multifamily group as it serves the needs of the association's members engaged in commercial/multifamily real estate finance. She will be directly responsible for the development and implementation of regulatory policy, best practices and industry standards for the commercial/multifamily sector and will serve as the communication conduit to MBA's commercial/multifamily membership. "We are very pleased to welcome Gail back to lead MBA's commercial/multifamily group as she will be a valuable member of our senior management team," said John A. Courson, MBA's president and chief executive officer. "As the commercial and multifamily mortgage industry continues to evolve, we are very fortunate to have Gail advocating on behalf of MBA and our members." Cardwell joins MBA from the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), where she served as MHI's president and chief executive officer and principal spokesperson for this organization representing all aspects of the manufactured housing industry. Prior to that, she served as MBA's senior vice president of commercial/multifamily, and held various positions within MBA since 1993, including senior director and director. She also was a former member of MBA, having placed commercial real estate debt and equity investments for MetLife's Real Estate Investments Department prior to her joining MBA. "Gail's extensive industry experience will prove to be an invaluable asset to the organization as we move forward with key commercial issues," said Dave Roberts, chair of MBA's Commercial Real Estate/Multifamily Finance Board of Governors (COMBOG). "She is an industry veteran who understands the business, and is the best person to represent MBA members' business interests." Cardwell holds a master's of city and regional planning from Harvard University and a bachelor's degree from Georgetown University. For more information, visit www.mortgagebankers.org.  
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Apr 12, 2010
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