CarVal Investors announces the growth of its commercial real estate financing activity in the United States

MINNEAPOLIS, April 262022 /PRNewswire/ — CarVal Investors, a well-established global alternative investment manager, today announced the addition of Scott Greenfield as General Manager of Real Estate. Situated at New YorkScott will manage commercial real estate loans and securities investments in North America.

“We are delighted to have Scott join the team at CarVal Commercial Real Estate given the depth and breadth of his experience in CMBS lending and opportunities,” said Seth Cohen, Director at CarVal Investors. “CarVal has been aggressively building our CRE business over the past 18 months and we believe Scott will be an integral part of the future of our CRE platform.”

Paul MullaneyGeneral Manager of CarVal’s North American CRE business, added: “In the current market environment, the set of CRE lending opportunities in the United States is very attractive and we are excited to take advantage of the Scott’s expertise to help us leverage it and grow our business.”

Most recently, Scott was Managing Director of at Angelo Gordon real estate debt group, where he was responsible for investing and managing the firm’s commercial real estate lending assets and focused on trading and monitoring the group’s CMBS portfolio. Prior to Angelo GordonScott held various positions at Caxton Associates, Guggenheim Partners and Credit Suisse First Boston in the Real Estate Finance and Commercial Real Estate Debt groups.

About CarVal Investors
CarVal Investors is an established global alternative investment manager focusing on distressed and credit-intensive assets and market inefficiencies. Since 1987, CarVal’s the team navigated through ever-changing credit market cycles, investing opportunistically $133 billion in 5,610 transactions in 82 countries. Today, CarVal Investors have about $11 billion of assets under management in corporate securities, loan portfolios, structured loans and sustainable assets. CarVal invested about $1 billion commercial real estate loans in 2021.

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