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  • What Makes a Financing Firm Competitive?

    MidCap Financial Co-Founder Kevin McMeen discusses what to expect for CRE lending in 2017, and how his firm has succeeded in growing its presence in the market despite launching during the Great Recession.

    Chicago 19 April 2017 18:43

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