- Debt & Equity Financing
Stephanie Lynch is a Senior Managing Director in the Structured Finance Group, responsible for sourcing and executing structured debt and equity capitalizations of ground-up development, acquisitions, and recapitalizations of multifamily, office, industrial, retail and hotel property types in single asset and portfolio/programmatic structures.
Over her 14 year career, Ms. Lynch has structured and executed over $4 billion of debt and equity transactions on behalf of institutional and entrepreneurial owners. She has also advised domestic and multinational bank holding companies and foreign sovereign wealth funds on $2.5 billion of U.S. loan sales, debt restructurings and fund investment decisions.
Prior to joining Savills Studley in 2014, Ms. Lynch was Managing Director of PRC, LLC, and Co-founder and Managing Director of Ceres Capital Partners. Before that, Ms. Lynch served as Senior Vice President in Jones Lang LaSalle’s Real Estate Investment Banking division. Ms. Lynch started her career with Spaulding & Slye LLC, structuring and executing debt and equity in conjunction with the firm’s private investment development activities as well as for third party clients.
Activities & Achievements
Ms. Lynch serves on the Advisory Board of Georgetown University’s Real Estate Finance Initiative. She also currently holds an Executive in Residence position at Georgetown University, counseling students in the innovative Real Estate Finance Clinic, an intensive experiential learning practicum underwriting and modeling $2 billion per year of institutional quality real estate acquisitions in partnership with top US investment companies.
Ms. Lynch is a member of Urban Land Institute, (Urban Development Mixed-Use Council/Silver), and she currently serves on the Board of Trustees for New Hope Housing, a not-for profit organization which provides comprehensive shelter and services to Northern Virginia’s homeless individuals and families.
Ms. Lynch received her Bachelors of Arts from Colby College, and earned an M.B.A. in Finance from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.