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Michael P. Flood Named SVP of Commercial/Multifamily Policy

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Feb 25, 2020
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The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) has announced that Michael P. Flood has been named senior vice president of commercial/multifamily policy and member engagement. Flood will be responsible for leading public policy and member engagement across all commercial real estate finance sectors, including mortgage banking companies, bank portfolio lenders, life insurance companies, multifamily-focused lending institutions, affordable housing lenders, commercial mortgage-backed securities issuers, and investment management firms.
 
“Mike’s distinguished career in public policy and the real estate finance industry makes him the ideal person to lead our commercial and multifamily team,” said Robert D. Broeksmit, CMB, MBA's president and CEO. “Mike is well-known within the industry and in Washington, and MBA’s members will benefit from his experience and his extensive knowledge of the commercial and multifamily issues and markets.”
 
Flood joins MBA from the CRE Finance Council (CREFC), where he was deputy executive director and head of the Washington, D.C., office. Prior to that, he served as the organization’s vice president, head of government relations and vice president of policy and economic research. He has also held senior roles at the Structured Finance Industry Group, Association for Advanced Life Underwriting, Fannie Mae and KPMG.


 
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