MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA (October 6, 2022) — Northmarq’s Omaha office has announced the addition of Jamison Whiston, senior vice president – debt/equity, and Kevin Regan senior vice president – debt/equity. Whiston and Regan will work alongside Jason Kinnison and John Reed, specializing in relationship building and commercial lending throughout Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota regions.
“We are very excited to have Jamie and Kevin join the Omaha team. Both have well rooted developer and lender relationships, and we look forward to helping them both grow under the Northmarq platform. Omaha is a growing and vibrant market, and our hire of these two industry veterans solidifies our commitment to growing the Omaha production office and continuing to be the industry-leading capital markets resource for CRE investors,” said Kinnison.
Jamison Whiston began his professional commercial mortgage banking career over 25 years ago and has fostered strong relationships with clients and lenders across the country throughout his career. In 2000, Whiston was an original member of Pace Financial Group, where he went on to open the Heartland office in 2009. He is involved in all aspects of commercial lending, providing creative debt, equity and asset advisory solutions for his clients. Whiston is involved with the local CCIM chapter, where he previously served a 2-year term as president. He is also active with ICSC, MBA/CREF and currently holds a Nebraska commercial sales broker’s license.
Whiston attained a Bachelor of Business Management/Accounting degree from Doane University.
Kevin Regan began his professional career in banking and financial services nearly 30 years ago and is focused on driving the origination of CRE financing for multifamily, retail, office, industrial, and hospitality properties for investors and corporations. Regan’s most recent experience was at Bank of America where he managed large middle market relationships. He has extensive experience in working capital finance, acquisition, asset-based lending, and shareholder repurchases in the commercial and industrial space for private and publicly traded companies.
Regan is a graduate of University of Notre Dame where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.