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Brian Salyards Joins Prudential Mortgage Capital
Dec 13, 2011

Prudential Mortgage Capital Company, the commercial mortgage lending business of Prudential Financial Inc., has announced that Brian Salyards has joined the company’s multifamily originations team. Salyards will focus on originating multifamily loans in markets across the United States. He is based in the company’s Boston office, which opened in October. Before joining Prudential Mortgage Capital Company, Salyards worked for Deutsche Bank Berkshire Mortgage, originating in excess of $1.3 billion in multifamily loans over the past six years. Prior to that, he was a senior regional underwriter with Berkshire Mortgage Finance. Salyards will report to Jim Hensley, principal in Prudential Mortgage Capital Company’s Atlanta office. “Brian’s extensive experience in multifamily real estate lending and loan origination will be an excellent addition to our team,” Hensley said. “His ability to leverage his knowledge of both agencies combined with Prudential Mortgage Capital Company’s other capital sources, will prove extremely valuable to borrowers and investors.” Salyards’ appointment is part of Prudential Mortgage Capital Company’s commitment to expanding its originations platform and further strengthening the company’s agency relationships.
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