CMBS vet Paul Vanderslice exits CCRE

first_imgPaul Vanderslice (Linkedin)The head of one of the commercial mortgage industry’s big bookrunners has left the firm he was brought on to reboot just two years ago.Paul Vanderslice, who helped pioneer the market for commercial mortgage backed securities, retired last week as the head of Cantor Commercial Real Estate, the lending arm of Wall Street titan Howard Lutnick’s Cantor Fitzgerald, sources told The Real Deal.Vanderslice could not be immediately reached and a spokesperson for CCRE did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Vanderslice, who had spent 30 years at Citigroup and most recently ran its U.S. CMBS group, in 2018 joined CCRE, which Lutnick launched in 2010 to compete with powerhouses like Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo. He took over for CCRE CEO Anthony Orso, who left to run Newmark Knight Frank’s capital markets strategies.ADVERTISEMENTVanderslice was there to “reboot” CCRE, he told Commercial Observer last year. But one source familiar with the situation said there were internal conflicts with the staff after Orso left.Earlier this year, Cantor was reportedly looking to lay off hundreds of workers, one of the largest staff reductions on Wall Street.CCRE last year underwrote $2.9 billion worth of CMBS deals, according to Commercial Mortgage Alert. That placed the firm at number 10 on the publication’s ranking of the top U.S. CMBS bookrunners in terms of volume.Contact Rich Bockmann at [email protected] or 908-415-5229 This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more

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first_imgStay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our community Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Subscribe now for unlimited access To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGINlast_img read more

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Kranverleih Saller invests in Liebherr LTM 1400-7.1

first_imgKranverleih Saller now has a fleet of 19 mobile cranes with lifting capacities of between 30 and 400 tonnes.Johann Saller, managing partner of Kranverleih Saller stated: “One important criterion in deciding on Liebherr is the extraordinarily high quality of the products. Hand in hand with this is the consistently high market value of Liebherrcranes, which ensures good resale values.”Another point he makes is the excellent after-sales care, which provides for complete customer service, including fast spare parts deliveries within 24 hours and highly skilled repair services. “The contact people at Liebherr have years of experience and expert knowledge to draw on, and can be reached round the clock. Saller says that this is hugely important, because in the crane hire sector time really is money.”Kranverleih Saller will be celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Pictured from left to right: Wolfgang Sailer, Liebherr-Werk Ehingen with Johann Saller, Marco Wöcherl, Niko Saller and Johann Suttner, all from Kranverleih Saller.www.Liebherr.comwww.kranverleih-saller.delast_img read more

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Cricket News Marnus Labuschagne Betters Ricky Ponting With Epic Double Ton In Sydney Test Vs New Zealand

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Marnus Labuschagne ended 2019 as the leading run-getter for Australia in Tests and the right-hander started the new decade in grand fashion with a magnificent double ton on day 2 of the Sydney Test against Australia on Saturday. Resuming on 128, Labuschagne was in great rhythm and he tackled the spinners wonderfully by going past 150. He went past his highest score in Tests in streaky fashion by edging Matt Henry for a boundary to third man. On 199, Labuschagne notched up his first double century by edging Colin de Grandhomme for a boundary to third man and his joy was there for everyone to see. However, on 215, Labuschagne chipped a legbreak from Todd Astle that stopped on him back to the bowler.Labuschagne became the ninth Australian player to score a double century in Tests at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Michael Clarke is the only player to score a triple century at the venue when he smashed 329 against India in the 2012 Test. Apart from Clarke, the other players apart from Labuschagne who have hit double tons are Doug Walters, Sid Barnes, Don Bradman, Justin Langer, Ricky Ponting, Greg Chappell and Syd Gregory. Gregory was the first Australian player to hit a double ton at the Sydney Cricket Ground when he smashed 201 against England in 1894.Walters hit 242 against the West Indies in the 1969 Test while Bradman and Barnes hit identical scores of 234 in the same Test against England in 1946. Both batsmen shared a partnership of 405 runs for the fifth wicket which was a world record at that time. Langer, the current coach of the Australian cricket team, had smashed 223 against India in 2000 while Ponting hit 207 against Pakistan in 2005. Labuschagne’s individual score took him past Ponting, Chappell and Gregory put him sixth in the list of Australian players for the highest individual score at the venue.Apart from Australian batsmen, there have been six overseas players who have hit double centuries at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Reginald Tip Foster was the first overseas player to smash a double ton when he smashed 287 against Australia in 1903. The remarkable thing in the knock was that he achieved it on debut. Brian Lara has the second-highest individual score for an overseas player at the venue when he hit 277 in the 1993 Test. Wally Hammond of England smashed 251 in the 1928 and 231* in the 1936 Test. Hammond is the only overseas player to have hit two double centuries at the same venue.Also Read | New Zealand Lose 11,000 Runs And Close To 600 Wickets Before Start Of Sydney Test Vs AustraliaThere are two Indian players in the list. Sachin Tendulkar’s disciplined knock of 241 in 2004 saw him playing no drives to the off side while Ravi Shastri was the first Indian player to smash a double ton at the Sydney Cricket Ground during the 1992 Test. Labuschagne’s appetite for big runs has already seen him make an impact in the first match of the new decade and the focus now will be on how consistent he becomes in the longest format of the game.last_img read more

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How ID card identifies is a mystery

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsYou are identified as who you say you are because, of course, you don’t need ID in order to obtain this ID. All you need is “proof” that you live in the city. This can be established, proponents say, with a utility bill. This makes one wonder how they got utilities in their names in the first place. But let’s not go down that rabbit hole. The kicker is the glaring absence of gender identification – long one of the major clues to identity. However, with our freedom to be who and whatever we say we are, gender has to go. It is no more a permanent marker than hair color or weight. The thought behind leaving out gender was to avoid awkward situations for transgender people. You can easily understand how someone presenting themselves to the world as Ralph might not want to show ID while cashing a check that identifies him as a her, or her as him – as the case may be and as the case may change. Let’s skip a full analysis of the burning question of why the birth year is on the ID. Showing a birth year could well be a source of embarrassment in our ageist society. If they are trying to prevent ID leading to embarrassment, they must get rid of it. Other than weight, and the promise to respect you in the morning, nothing is less likely to be true. So, the great and burning question is just what this ID actually identifies? Frankly, I don’t know. The outrage, if one needs outrage, is why San Francisco is taking up presumably valuable time and money to create a card, a program and a bureaucracy that accomplishes nothing? Does this card, in any meaningful way, move the ball of liberty down the field? This seems to me to be about as valuable as a photo ID of a woman in a burka. Jonathan Dobrer, a professor of comparative religion at the American Jewish University in Bel-Air, blogs at insidesocal.com/friendlyfire. Write to him by e-mail at [email protected] local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! UNSURPRISINGLY San Francisco is issuing official ID cards to anyone who lives there – legal, illegal or of uncertain status. These cards will not reference the individual’s place of birth, citizenship, legal status or (are you ready?) gender. The card will indicate a name, a birth date and it will have a photo. With this card the bearer will be able to open a bank account, get a library card and obtain municipal services. Presumably these would include Muni bus passes and BART cards, health, welfare and educational services. It is not clear if these cards would also serve to indemnify employers who hire workers so identified. Also unsurprisingly, this card is raising a lot of ire amongst people concerned about illegal immigration. My major concern, however, is that San Francisco makes the job of any satirist nearly impossible. This actual program, passed by the Board of Supervisors, is difficult to caricature. What does ID mean if basically nothing is identified? last_img read more

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Delight as over €11,000 raised for Irish Motor Neuron Disease and Donegal Good & New Cancer Bus

first_imgLocal fundraisers raised a whopping €11,000 for Irish Motor Neuron Disease and The Good & New Cancer Bus.Carol Mc Carron and Alma O Donnell, each received cheques for €5,535.00 on behalf of Irish Motor Neuron Disease and The Good & New Cancer Bus respectively. The funds were raised by the Robin Cannon Tractor Run which was held in memory of in memory of Davie Duncan, Tubber; and Carrigans Cycle Group’s massive 320 mile Easter Cycle Challenge from Galway to Carrigans!Delight as over €11,000 raised for Irish Motor Neuron Disease and Donegal Good & New Cancer Bus was last modified: June 12th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:carrigans cycle groupgood & new cancer busirish motor neuron diseaserobin cannon tractor runlast_img read more

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