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Becky Flig has joined Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation subsidiary Mission Capital Advisors as a director

MMCC’s Mission Capital Adds Becky Flig as Director 

Becky Flig has joined Marcus & Millichap Capital Corporation’s subsidiary Mission Capital Advisors (MCA) as director. She will be responsible for originating single-family whole loan sales and due diligence service, based in the New York City office. 

“Becky has an impressive background in the single-family capital markets space and covers a wide variety of financial institutions,” said MCA senior managing director Joseph Runk. “She is a valuable addition to our team and will enable us to provide an even higher level of service to our clients.” 

Before joining MCA, Flig was a director of business development at AHP Servicing, where she developed and maintained relationships in the capital markets and servicing space. She also worked with hedge funds, private equity funds and mortgage lenders for the firm’s third-party mortgage servicing platform. Flig previously was VP of business development – capital markets at SWBC Lending Solutions from 2015 to 2020. 


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