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Bank of America Merrill Lynch Names New Commercial Real Estate Exec

""Bank of America Merrill Lynch"":https://www.bankofamerica.com/index.jsp has promoted Steven Kenny to commercial real estate banking (CREB) region executive for the states of New York and New Jersey.


In his new position, Kenny will be responsible for leading a team of real estate professionals who deliver a range of comprehensive financial solutions for a broad array of clients, including the real estate development and investment sector. Kenny will continue to be based in New


York, and his team will operate out of offices in New York City and Cranford, New Jersey.

""Steve is a seasoned professional in the real estate industry, having experienced several cycles of upturns and downturns in the market,"" said Ron Curtis, CREB managing director. ""He is a strong leader who will bring our clients financial solutions that will meet their business strategies.""

Kenny most recently served as the senior client manager for CREB, covering the metropolitan New York region. He has more than 24 years' banking experience and has held senior positions as a lender, risk manager, and loan workout specialist.

In addition, Kenny is a licensed real estate agent and a NASD registered principal with Series 7 and 63 securities licenses. He is also a member of the Real Estate Lenders Association, the New York Mortgage Bankers Association, and the Lincoln Center Real Estate and Construction Council, and he participates on the Real Estate Board of New York.

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