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CRE Finance Veteran Brett Hill Joins Greystone in Chicago

Brett Hill has joined Greystone as a managing director in Chicago. He will focus on the origination of conventional multifamily loan products for Greystone’s agency platforms as well as the origination of the full suite of Greystone lending products, including bridge financing and CMBS. He reports to Vince Mejia, SVP of agency production at Greystone. 

Prior to joining Greystone, Hill spent 17 years with Wells Fargo, most recently serving as a managing director for the commercial real estate group within the Corporate & Investment Banking Division. In this role, he led loan origination and client development efforts for institutional and large commercial real estate clients across the Midwest.  

“We’re deeply impressed with Brett’s proven track record in loan origination and cultivating lasting client relationships, and we look forward to the role he will play in building out Greystone’s industry-leading lending platform,” said Mejia. 


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