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Industry veteran Tom Sullivan to head office

NEW YORK, June 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CCRE, a fully-integrated commercial real estate finance company, today announced the expansion of its national footprint with an office in Boston.  The office will be led by Tom Sullivan, who will focus on loan origination and serving CCRE's client base across the greater New England area.  Mr. Sullivan joined in January 2012 as a Director at CCRE, and will continue to report to Peter Scola and Lawrence Britvan, Co-Heads of Origination and Capital Markets, and Michael May, Chief Operating Officer.

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"Boston is an ideal city to expand CCRE's footprint. We've closed $312 million in CMBS transactions in the Boston area since inception and continue to see significant opportunities in this region.   I am confident that Tom's intimate knowledge of the New England landscape and breadth of contacts will continue to be a tremendous asset to our team," said Anthony Orso, Co-CEO of CCRE. "We are deeply committed to expanding our franchise across the country, and having boots on the ground enables us to effectively pursue and service our clients in every region."

"Boston is my hometown, and a growing hub for various industry sectors.  I am tremendously excited to apply my local knowledge and expand CCRE's footprint in this market, which will strengthen our relationships and our ability to provide a superior level of service for our clients," added Mr. Sullivan.

Previously Mr. Sullivan held positions in the real estate finance groups at Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse.  Mr. Sullivan graduated with a B.S. in Finance and Marketing from the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University.

In addition to Boston, CCRE has built an extensive national market presence with offices in other major markets including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orange County, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta, Dallas and Washington, D.C. CCRE offers a broad set of financing solutions through commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) and bridge loans, in addition to Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and FHA financing.

About CCRE
CCRE is a fully-integrated commercial real estate finance company providing innovative financing solutions to the real estate capital markets. CCRE originates competitively underwritten fixed- and floating-rate mortgages and mezzanine loans secured by diverse asset types in most major U.S. markets. CCRE is capitalized by strong institutional sponsorship including affiliates of CIM Group and Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., and is led by an experienced team of real estate professionals with extensive track records originating, structuring, managing and distributing commercial real estate loans in various economic cycles. For more information, visit www.ccre.com.

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