Louis Mirando Elected Chair of Fordham Real Estate Institute’s Executive Advisory Council

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Founder and Principal of Streamline Realty Funding, LLC will serve a two-year term

Louis Mirando

Our Council members are passionate about the industry and its future, and we look forward to watching Lou lead this impressive group in 2020.

The Fordham Real Estate Institute (REI) is pleased to announce that Louis Mirando, founder and principal of Streamline Realty Funding, LLC has been elected chair of its Executive Advisory Council (EAC) for 2020.

Mirando, who has been a member of the EAC since its inception, will lead many of real estate brightest minds, who are tasked with providing thought leadership, curriculum development, research, scholarly activities, recruitment, philanthropy, sponsorships and events. All EAC members are prominent industry leaders in local, national and international markets. Council members include executives from firms such as Trepp, UBS, Plaza Construction and Simone Management.

“Lou has been a tremendous asset to the EAC and we are thrilled that his fellow real estate leaders have elected him as their chair,” said Dr. Anthony R. Davidson, dean, Fordham School of Professional and Continuing Studies (PCS). “Our Council members are passionate about the industry and its future, and we look forward to watching Lou lead this impressive group in 2020.”

Mirando has more than 35 years’ experience in commercial mortgage lending and acquisitions, initially with Chase Manhattan Bank and, later, The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. He has originated in excess of $4 billion in investments. Mirando founded Rhodes Capital Company in 1992 and became an early pioneer in CMBS conduit lending, formalizing alliances with Morgan Stanley, CSFB and Nomura Securities. In 1996, he co-founded and became CEO of Transatlantic Capital Company (“TACC”), a joint venture with Deutsche Bank. After selling his interest in TACC to Deutsche Bank, he became active in a variety of real estate developments. In 2001, Mirando co-founded Rhodes Capital Advisors, a real estate debt and equity advisory company. In 2004, he became Co-Head and Managing Director of CMBS Originations for Eurohypo AG. He left Eurohypo to pursue active real estate development in 2006.

“I am honored to have been elected chair by my fellow Council members, and look forward to working even more closely with all the talented people associated with the Fordham Real Estate Institute,” said Mirando. “I am convinced that Fordham is uniquely positioned to provide the necessary skill set to a greater, more-diverse audience desiring to participate in the fruits of commercial real estate.”

The Fordham Real Estate Institute (REI) currently offers a Master of Science in Real Estate (MSRE), graduate certificates in real estate finance, development and construction management, and a comprehensive array of professional certificates in real estate and construction at its campuses in Manhattan and West Harrison, N.Y. Serving professionals and owners/investors of all stripes, the MSRE curriculum presents the essential elements of real estate finance, investment, development and management. The programs are developed and taught by leading industry practitioners and are centered on imparting real-world professional skill sets. Flexibility and convenience are program hallmarks as classes can be taken in-person, online, and at various paces. REI is a part of Fordham’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies. For more information, visit http://www.fordham.edu/realestate.

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