JPMorgan Chase introduced Julie Thick as Actual Property Banking (REB) Central Area Market Supervisor. The REB enterprise delivers custom-made debt options and treasury companies merchandise to actual property builders, traders, working corporations and funding funds throughout the U.S. Thick will report back to Michelle Herrick, Head of REB for JPMorgan Chase.
“The Central area is a crucial marketplace for our enterprise,” mentioned Herrick. “As a revered chief within the Chicago and broader institutional actual property neighborhood who is called a trusted advisor to purchasers, I’m thrilled to see Julie assume this function.”
Beforehand, Thick served as Director of Nationwide Subscription Lending, a platform that she rebuilt and led in producing report outcomes. She is going to proceed to supervise the subscription lending group, however will start a search to backfill her earlier place. Inside her REB Central Area function, Thick will assume accountability for a devoted group that helps purchasers with methods and instruments to maximise funding alternatives, handle working prices, mitigate threat and handle property for better effectivity.
“I’m excited to increase my function and lead an distinctive group with an unrelenting dedication to serving to our purchasers obtain their targets,” mentioned Thick. “We’re nicely geared up to assist our purchasers greatest anticipate and reply to evolving enterprise and tenant wants.”
Previous to becoming a member of JPMorgan Chase in 2010, Thick held numerous management roles in actual property financing with RBS Residents Financial institution and LaSalle Financial institution. She obtained her bachelor’s diploma in enterprise administration from the College of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Thick is lively within the CRE neighborhood, serving as a nationwide board member for the Actual Property Lenders Affiliation, a Chicago board member for NAIOP, and performing because the 2022 gala co-chair for the Goldie Initiative, a corporation centered on advancing the subsequent technology of feminine leaders in the true property trade. She can also be a frequent visitor lecturer on the Gies Faculty of Enterprise at her alma mater, the College of Illinois.