Jason Kinnison promoted to managing director of NorthMarq’s Omaha office

OMAHA, NEBRASKA (January 29, 2020) – The Omaha office of NorthMarq announces the promotion of Jason Kinnison to managing director. In his new role, Kinnison will co-manage the daily operations of the Omaha office with managing director John Reed. Along with his new leadership duties, Kinnison will continue to originate financing through NorthMarq’s correspondent life insurance companies, CMBS lenders, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, HUD and local banks, primarily in Nebraska and Iowa.

“I am extremely excited to take this expanded role within the Omaha office. Being able to reflect back on my career path with this company is truly humbling. We have a great team here in Omaha, and I am really looking forward to seeing how we can continue to grow our business, recruit and retain the best talent, and continue to be the best source for our clients’ financing needs,” said Kinnison.

“Jason is an industry veteran and one of the best in the business,” said Reed. “Jason’s promotion and trajectory at NorthMarq are indicative of our company’s commitment to fostering our talent internally and providing our employees the opportunity grow their careers here. This is a win for our office and our clients.”

Kinnison joined NorthMarq in 2006 as the senior analyst of the Omaha office. In 2010 Kinnison was promoted to an associate producer role and became a full time producer in 2012. In 2015 Kinnison was awarded the title of senior vice president of the Omaha office. During his tenure at NorthMarq, Kinnison has arranged more than $750 million in financing.

Prior to joining NorthMarq, Kinnison worked as an investment analyst for Capmark Finance (formerly GMAC Commercial Mortgage).

Kinnison spends a great deal of time involved with St. James parish, where he sits on the Total Board of Education, School Finance Committee. He is also active with the Knights of Columbus. He graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a BBS in Real Estate and Land Use Economics.