NorthMarq Capital welcomes Christian Gorissen as production manager of its Washington DC Fannie Mae team

WASHINGTON DC (May 23, 2016) – Christian Gorissen has joined the NorthMarq Capital Fannie Mae group as production manager in its Washington, DC office. At NorthMarq, Gorissen’s principal focus will be serving as a primary source of product type expertize, developing and maintaining broker relationships, and structuring and securing loan opportunities. Gorissen arrives at NorthMarq with more than 15 years of commercial real estate finance and investment experience, during which he originated more than $1 billion in construction, interim and permanent loans, as well as managing large loan portfolios comprised of all asset classes. Prior to NorthMarq, Gorissen spent three years at SunTrust Bank originating construction and bridge senior secured loans to institutional investors and “best-in-class” local operators. Before this, he was with KeyBank, where he originated, underwrote, syndicated and closed loans with complex structures from senior debt (balance sheet, CMBS, Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac, Life Company, HUD/FHA, and USDA), mezzanine to equity placements. He started his career at Deutsche Bank (formerly known as Berkshire Mortgage Finance) as a financial analyst, and then later, as an associate. “We are very pleased to announce Christian has joined NorthMarq’s Fannie Mae group as production manager. With Christian’s extensive Agency experience and background, the NorthMarq Fannie Mae team will be better able to serve our regional offices with Fannie Mae executions,” said Scott Suttle, executive vice president/national production manager of NorthMarq’s Fannie Mae group. Gorissen attended Kettering University in Flint, Michigan, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree of Science in Management. He received his MBA from John Hopkins Carey Business School with a concentration in Finance and Business Strategy. He is an officer at DC Building Industry Association – Capital Markets Committee and a former vice president of Real Estate Lenders Associational.
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