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John Malysa, a veteran CRE credit risk professional, has joined Pembrook Capital Management as managing director

John Malysa Joins Pembrook Capital Management 

Bridge lender Pembrook Capital Management LLC has appointed John K. Malysa as managing director.  A veteran commercial real estate credit risk professional with over 25 years of multi-faceted industry experience, Malysa will focus on underwriting, oversee asset management, and serve as a member of Pembrook’s Investment Committee.  

Most recently, Malysa served as managing director/chief credit officer for Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets’ Private Credit Real Estate Debt Investment platform, where he also sat on the Investment Committee.  At CIBC World Markets, he was a managing director and head of CMBS securitization and distribution. 

“As a balance sheet lender, our focus has always been on originating and completing high quality, performing loans that help us continue our long record of strong risk-adjusted performance, and we believe John will be an immediate contributor to our business,” said Stuart Boesky, Pembrook’s CEO.    


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