Malcolm Sullivan

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Senior Consultant Malcolm Sullivan

MSc in Real Estate Investment & Finance

Malcolm has had a career in the financial services industry and financial training for over 40 years including Corporate Banking, Real Estate Finance and Financial Training.

Corporate Banking

Malcolm started his career with National Westminster Bank (now part of RBS) before moving to Mellon Bank NA, a major regional US bank (now part of Bank of New York Mellon). At Mellon Bank, Malcolm held several credit analysis and account management positions in London, focusing on large UK corporates and UK subsidiaries of US corporations. He also had two extended work assignments in the USA, on the second occasion as an account officer responsible for a group of US subsidiaries of non-US multinationals.

Real Estate Finance

After 11 years at Mellon Bank, Malcolm joined Swiss Bank Corporation (now UBS) in London where he was actively involved in the development and ongoing management of the bank’s UK Commercial Real Estate lending activities. His Real Estate related skills were further developed at Debenham Tewson Financial, a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading Real Estate advisory firms.

Financial Training

Since 1992 Malcolm has been primarily focussed on training in the areas of Corporate Credit Analysis, Financial Restructuring, Project and Structured Debt Finance, such as Real Estate Finance and Asset Securitisation. He has designed and delivered public and in house courses in more than 50 countries. In these areas he has worked with a wide range of corporate and investment banking firms; Development Finance Institutions; public sector organisations; Export Credit Agencies; and a number of major corporations. Participants on courses run by Malcolm range from recent graduates to experienced line managers.

Malcolm is the co-author of “Financial Products: A Survival Guide” published by Euromoney Publications in 1996 and he has a MSc in Real Estate Investment & Finance from the University of Reading.

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