Aries Conlon Capital said that Morgan Sickles has joined the firm as senior vice president for its originations and business development team.
Sickles will specialize in originating high-leverage, nonrecourse, bridge and permanent debt with cash out for hotel, self-storage, commercial and multifamily properties nationwide.
Prior to joining Aries Conlon Capital, Sickles founded Atlantis Advisors, a nationwide hotel services provider.
Class Appraisal has added Scot Rose to the executive leadership team as its chief innovation officer.
He spent five years at Fiserv and most recently eight years as the president, chief valuation officer at Valuation Connect, formally Urban Lending Solutions Appraisals.
Rose is serving his second term and is currently the vice chair on the Colorado Board of Real Estate Appraisers.
Pembrook Capital Management said that Joseph Esposito has joined the firm as an analyst with the asset management team.
In this capacity, he will be responsible for fund and asset analyses related to Pembrook's various real estate debt funds.
Prior to joining Pembrook, Esposito served as a senior associate for two years with Grant Thornton LLP.
ReadyCap Commercial has hired new team members in Chicago and New York to expand its bridge lending team.
Mark Blaha joins the bridge lending team as a director of originations to cover the Chicago and Midwest regions. ReadyCap has also added Fernando Mendez as an associate director and Joram Coxworth as a production analyst, to the New York office.
Blaha comes to ReadyCap with more than seven years of commercial real estate lending and finance experience, where he previously served as AVP commercial banker at MB Financial Bank.
Mendez joins the ReadyCap with experience as an RAIT financial trust originations associate in Philadelphia and Coxworth previously served as a credit analyst with M&T Bank.
First Community Mortgage has promoted Miguel Vega to the executive team as chief diversity officer/SVP business development and community outreach.
Vega joined FCM in 2016 as associate vice president of business development, focusing on the Hispanic market.
He has over 17 years of experience implementing go-to-market strategies for the U.S. Hispanic Market, and 20 years of international business development in the United States, Latin America and Asia.
SALT LAKE CITY
Primary Residential Mortgage Inc. has hired Ronnie Chinchilla as the PRMI giving network manager.
Before coming to PRMI, Chinchilla worked for Habitat for Humanity-Guatemala for three years as a field coordinator. During his tenure in Guatemala, he hosted a group of PRMI employees who volunteered with Habitat for Humanity.
The PRMI Giving Network was introduced in September 2017 by the firm's board of directors and executive team.
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