Ken Rogozinski Rejoins Greystone in Newly Created Role

The financing specialist will serve as executive managing director of Greystone Bassuk, one of Greystone’s real estate advisory companies. Rogozinski will build structured debt products for real estate owners and developers.

 

Ken Rogozinski
Ken Rogozinski

Ken Rogozinski rejoined Greystone Bassuk, one of Greystone’s real estate advisory companies, as an executive managing director. In this newly created role, Rogozinski will help expand Greystone Bassuk’s origination capabilities, with a focus on developing solutions for the group’s client base. Additionally, Rogozinski will help build structured debt products and complex, specialized financing solutions for real estate owners and developers seeking debt and equity for construction and portfolio refinancing of multifamily and mixed-use assets.

Most recently, Rogozinski was chief credit officer and co-founder of Dreadnought Capital Management, where he focused on direct lending and debt investing in public-private housing and project finance, overseeing more than $1.1 billion in deployed capital. Prior to that, he served as executive director and co-head of municipal structured products at JP Morgan, as well as co-head of the municipal housing group at Morgan Stanley. Previously, Rogozinski served as vice president at Greystone, where he was responsible for securitization programs for student loans, municipal housing bonds and other tax-exempt assets.

“One of Greystone Bassuk’s most powerful differentiators is our ability to work with our clients as a direct lender in addition to arranging capital as an intermediary. As we continue to expand our business, Ken’s breadth of knowledge in municipal and structured finance will be a tremendous asset to our platform,” said Greystone Bassuk President Drew Fletcher, in a prepared statement.

Rogozinski will be based in Greystone’s New York office and will report to Fletcher.

Most recently, Greystone provided a five-year, 4.25 percent, fixed-rate loan for the acquisition of 2100 West Loop South, a 162,000-square-foot office building in Houston.

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