Greystone, a financial services and private investment group with a focus on multifamily real estate lending, has appointed Jeff Baevsky managing director.
Baevsky will focus on project finance, fostering Greystone's banking relationships and managing loan syndication and senior note sales, says the company.
He was most recently director of capital markets at Gramercy Capital Corp., where he was responsible for arranging corporate and project debt and leading secondary loan trading activities.
Over his career, Baevsky has advised on and completed in excess of $10 billion of transactions, including corporate and mortgage-based credit facilities, mezzanine finance, off-balance sheet acquisition and asset development programs, and both public and private debt and equity capital placements.
Previously, Baevsky served as a managing director at CW Capital in the structured finance group, originating highly leveraged non-recourse loans, and as a senior vice president at Wachovia Bank, where he was in charge of the firm's coverage of private institutional owners of real estate. He started his career at Deutsche Bank in leveraged finance, syndication and structured finance.