Real Estate Executive Insights Series: Investment Banking Trends
Tuesday, November 13, 5:45 PM
David Juran and Jonathan Banyard of Dougherty Mortgage LLC offer insights on current trends in investment banking and financing for commercial real estate. The full service real estate investment banking firm Dougherty & Company and its affiliated companies, Dougherty Funding and Dougherty Mortgage, provide a wide array of investment products and debt financing alternatives to commercial real estate clients across the country.
The Real Estate Executive Insights Series is presented by the Opus College of Business MSRE program. This series invites speakers from the real estate industry to provide valuable information and discussion about hot topics and current trends. This is a free program and is open to the public.
David Juran joined Dougherty & Company the first quarter 2002 and serves as the executive vice president for Dougherty & Company LLC and as the president of Dougherty Funding LLC and Dougherty Mortgage LLC.
Prior to joining Dougherty & Company, Juran served as senior vice president of a regional investment banking firm for more than 13 years. Juran has worked with and financed numerous regional and community based hospitals and nursing homes on a variety of financing projects specifically targeted to the long term care industry. He has developed particular expertise in programs supporting the creation of multifamily housing, assisted living and congregate care housing.
Juran holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from the University of St. Thomas.
Jonathan Banyard is senior vice president, chief credit officer and Fannie Mae chief underwriter at Dougherty Mortgage LLC. Banyard joined Dougherty Mortgage in September 2007 with approximately 21 years of experience in commercial and real estate mortgage banking.
Prior to joining Dougherty Mortgage, Banyard spent six years as senior underwriter, and later deputy chief underwriter, with Glaser Financial Group, Inc., and its successor by acquisition, Oak Grove Capital, LLC. Banyard was responsible for underwriting commercial real estate mortgage loans secured by apartment buildings, town homes, mobile home parks, student housing, senior housing and assisted living facilities located in the United States. Mortgage loan types included Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac conventional and affordable, Fannie Mae MBS, and HUD/FHA insured mortgages. During his tenure, Banyard was responsible for directly underwriting and oversight of 110 multifamily loans totaling approximately $1.0 billion.
Prior to his position with Oak Grove Capital, Banyard worked for GMAC/Residential Funding, U.S Bank and PNC Bank. He was also responsible for an additional $320 million in commercial and multifamily financing.