Andrew B. Levine is a senior counsel in Fried Frank's Real Estate Department, resident in the New York office.
Mr. Levine has extensive experience, both as a senior banking executive and as an attorney, in commercial real estate finance, acquisitions, asset management, and restructurings across the risk spectrum, credit cycles, and asset classes. Mr. Levine advises clients on all aspects of commercial real estate finance transactions, including loan structuring, capital markets, multi-tiered senior/sub structures, and workouts and restructurings, with particular expertise in complex structured financings and construction loans. The quality of his experience on the client side brings an executive-level insight to his representation and provides a keen understanding of the business goals driving the transaction.
Prior to joining Fried Frank, Mr. Levine was a managing director and the Head of Portfolio Lending & Underwriting at the French bank, Natixis. As a long-standing member of the real estate executive committee, Mr. Levine was instrumental in the strategic development, originations, execution, and management of the bank's real estate finance platform in the Americas. He was previously a real estate partner at a New York-based law firm.
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