Nancy Ferrell and John Bradshaw promoted to executive managing directors
MINNEAPOLIS (Jan. 27, 2021) – John Bradshaw and Nancy Ferrell, two accomplished NorthMarq leaders, have been promoted to executive vice president/regional managing director and will join the company’s Executive Committee. They will work with Jeff Erxleben and Patrick Minea to lead the operations of the company’s three dozen debt and equity locations, as well as partner with Investment Sales teams in nearly half of those offices. Erxleben and Minea were also promoted to executive vice president/executive managing director as production leaders.
“Our production leadership team helps guide NorthMarq professionals across the country, ensuring alignment with our business goals and best practices with lenders, equity sources, and clients. Nancy and John will bring their deep financing expertise and strong client management practices to that leadership,” said Jeffrey Weidell, chief executive officer – NorthMarq.
Nancy Ferrell has been with NorthMarq since 2003 when Legg Mason was acquired by NorthMarq. She has been a consistent top producer for the company, and has shared in the management of the highly successful Baltimore office. With a background rooted as a life company correspondent, she has also helped the office migrate into agency and FHA lending. She is well respected inside the company and within the industry.
John Bradshaw joined NorthMarq in 2017 when NorthMarq acquired his own independent mortgage banking firm in Salt Lake City. He has led the evolution and expansion of the Salt Lake City office using NorthMarq’s expanded toolkit of lenders, internal resources, and digital platforms. His professional experience in the business and proven ability to develop talent add to the NorthMarq Executive team.
Ferrell and Bradshaw join Weidell, COO Travis Krueger, President of the DUS platform Jay Donaldson, Erxleben, Minea, and Executive Chair Eduardo Padilla on the Executive Committee.
In business since 1960, NorthMarq has grown to more than 600 employees through more than 20 acquisitions, a $64 billion loan servicing portfolio and access to hundreds of capital sources.