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Mr. Lively is the Chief Operating Officer of LCP. Prior to LCP, Mr. Lively served as Vice President and Counsel to Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg (LBBW) from 2011-2013. In his role, Mr. Lively led the restructuring and partial disposition of an approximately $4 billion commercial real estate loan portfolio and structured approximately $1 billion in commercial real estate loan originations. Before LBBW, Mr. Lively practiced law at Shearman & Sterling LLP advising on approximately $7.5 billion in commercial real estate transactions.
Representative transactions include loans on the following assets:
- Trump International Hotel & Tower, Chicago, IL (Lender: Deutsche Bank)
- Trump International Hotel Las Vegas (Administrative Agent: Deutsche Bank)
- Cosmopolitan Las Vegas (Lender: Deutsche Bank)
- John Hancock Center (Equity: Whitehall; Note Purchaser: Deutsche Bank)
- Brookfield Term Loan Facility (Lender: Deutsche Bank)
- 230 Park Avenue (Equity: Whitehall)
Francis has an MBA from Yale School of Management, a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and a B.A. from Georgetown University.
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