Jamie Daniel is a partner in the firm’s Global Finance & Debt Products Group. He focuses his practice on commercial real estate finance and loan servicing and regularly represents loan portfolio servicers, institutional lenders, finance companies, investors and borrowers in secured and unsecured financial transactions, including real estate financings, loan assumptions and transfers, asset-backed loans, structured financings and loan restructurings.
Mr. Daniel is active in both the Mortgage Bankers Association and the Commercial Mortgage Securities Association and has written manuals and lectured on real estate finance and loan servicing issues. He is also a member of the Real Property Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.
Jamie received his undergraduate degree from Davidson College in 1989. He holds an M.B.A. from the Babcock Graduate School of Management at Wake Forest University and received his J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law in 1995. Mr. Daniel is an active community volunteer and serves on both the Young Leader’s Council and the Crisis and Shelter Council for the United Way of the Central Carolinas.
- Representing a number of the largest master and special servicers in the CMBS industry in connection with single-site and multisite, multistate loan assumptions and transfers and with a variety of consent issues, including mezzanine and subordinate loans, preferred equity financings, loan modifications, borrower restructurings and mergers, partial releases, condemnations and construction and leasing issues.
- Negotiating and interpreting pooling and servicing agreements, indenture agreements, sub-servicing and other servicing agreements.
- Assisting master and special servicers in obtaining rating agency confirmations and advising them regarding REMIC, compliance and general servicing issues.
- Representing institutional lenders and finance companies in connection with the origination of mortgage loans for ultimate securitization and with the origination of mezzanine loans, bridge loans and construction loans.
- Negotiating loan workouts and the restructuring of existing loans.