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PostedApril 30, 2020
In this two part series, host Mark Therriault speaks with Portfolio Manager Simon Carlsen about investing in Commercial Mortgages as an asset class.
In part one, they go into the inner workings of how investing in commercial mortgages and the mortgage pools works, what types of loans are involved and how cashflow is generated from this asset class.
Join Simon and Mark next Thursday for part two, where they discussion commercial mortgages in relation to the current economic situation and how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted this space as many companies and individual seek out government assistance with mortgage repayment.
Simon is a Portfolio Manager at Nicola Wealth specializing in real estate debt investments. With a background in mortgage banking and commercial real estate advisory, he is responsible for the firm’s mortgage investments and manages our pooled mortgage funds.
Previous work experience includes roles with national and boutique mortgage lenders and a real estate consultancy in Canada and internationally.
Having provided conventional, high yield, and mezzanine real estate debt investments to institutional and private investors, Simon draws on his experience to evaluate new investment opportunities and manage credit risk.
Simon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Economics, a Diploma in Business Administration, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Real Property Valuation.
When he’s not working on mortgages, Simon enjoys spending time with his young family, enjoying the outdoors, skiing, and travelling.
Mark is a Financial Advisor and partner of Nicola Wealth — and host of the Investor Education and Why I Built It editions of The Wealth Exchange podcast.
As a member of the Nicola Wealth Planning Team since 2006, Mark has become a trusted advisor to his clients. He prides himself on providing an exceptional client experience while quarterbacking their financial affairs.
Mark earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics with a minor in Finance from the University of Calgary. He went on to secure his CFP designation and also completed the CIM, CSC, the B.C. Life Insurance License.
For his full bio, visit: nicolawealth.local/Our-Team/Mark-Therriault
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