Deutsche Bank’s CRE head moves to Oak Hill Advisors

Matt Borstein led bank’s $30B real estate financing operations

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Oct.October 26, 2020 01:21 PM
Matt Borstein, Deutsche Bank’s global head of CRE, is moving to Oak Hill Advisors (Photo via Deutsche Bank)

Matt Borstein, Deutsche Bank’s global head of CRE, is moving to Oak Hill Advisors (Photo via Deutsche Bank)

Matt Borstein, Deutsche Bank’s global head of commercial real estate, is moving on to become a partner at the alternative investment firm Oak Hill Advisors.

Borstein has spent a decade at the bank and led its $30 billion real estate financing operation for the past five years. He was also named the head of global financing and credit trading for the Americas last year, according to Commercial Observer.

In his new role, Borstein will help expand Oak Hill Advisors’ real estate investment activities, deploying capital for loans, securities and hard assets, according to the firm’s announcement.

Borstein’s position as the global head of commercial real estate will be filled by Dino Paparelli, who has led the bank’s commercial real estate business in Europe. Riddhi Barman will take Borstein’s role as the head of global financing and credit trading for the Americas, according to Commercial Observer, citing an internal memo circulated by the bank.

[CO] —Akiko Matsuda


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