Mark Gollin has joined Carlton as managing director who will run the company's European capital markets business.
Gollin will work with Carlton Chairman Howard Michaels to provide large amounts of equity and debt to property owners who can either recapitalize their assets or buy their loans back from lenders at discounts. Carlton’s current pipeline of European transactions exceeds $5 billion.
Gollin spent the last 16 years holding senior positions at Apollo, Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns. His responsibilities include representing financial institutions and investment banks in the valuation, asset management, and execution of loan sales and other customized strategies for distressed assets.
Gollin has spent the better part of the last 14 years living and working in Europe and Asia and his focus includes loan servicing and the asset management of distressed commercial, residential, consumer and unsecured credits.
Throughout his career, Gollin has been involved in over $30 billion of Eurasian transactions and more than $50 billion worldwide.
“Mark Gollin’s addition to the Carlton Group’s European platform further continues Carlton’s global expansion and adds to the prestige and execution capability of our European team,” said Carlton Partner Michael Campbell.