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Quinn Barton Joins Greystone in Newly Created CIO Role

Quinn Barton has joined Greystone in New York City as CIO of the commercial platform, a newly created position. He’ll oversee capital markets activities and capital deployment strategies for Greystone’s commercial division.

Barton joins Greystone from Carmel Partners, a leading multifamily real estate private equity firm, where he led origination of debt investments, including b-pieces and distressed multifamily mortgages. Prior to Carmel Partners, Barton headed CMBS trading at Banc of America Securities, led B-Note and mezzanine loan trading at Natixis, and also held senior CMBS trading roles at RBS Greenwich Capital Markets and JPMorgan Chase Securities.

“Quinn’s long track record in CMBS and private equity will enable us to formulate an actionable strategy for our commercial business,” said Greystone’s Scott Chisholm. “His capital markets expertise and relationships will elevate the incredible production power the entire Greystone team has exhibited to date.”

Pictured: Quinn Barton

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