LOS ANGELES-Locally based Richard Hollowell has been namedmanaging director/national real estate practice lead for BBK, aglobal restructuring, turnaround management, and bankruptcyadvisory firm. He will lead nine real estate and workout advisoryprofessionals who serve BBK as managing directors from offices inNew York City, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Phoenix,Nashville, and Los Angeles.

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He tells GlobeSt.com that in his role, he will "focus onassisting both debtors and creditors challenged by the protractedreal estate down-cycle, as well as portfolio property owners whoare suffering under diminished cash flows, value diminution, andincresing vacancies. Loan restructuring, bankruptcy advisory, assetdispositions, and court appointed receiverships are among our coreservices."

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The company’s service platform includes: court appointedreceiverships; development of loan exit analyses; CMBS and bank CREloan restructuring; bank C&I loan workouts; bank acquisitiondue diligence; portfolio analysis and valuation; bankruptcyadvisory/out-of-court restructuring; non-performing loan and REOsales; project build-out oversight; expert testimony; 363 trusteesales; and property reuse analyses. Formed in 1977, BBK’s industryspecialties include automotive, aviation, manufacturing,healthcare, marine, banking, hospitality, and governmental, amongothers.

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For more than 35 years, Hollowell has specialized in theevaluation management and disposition of real estate-relatedassets. He is recognized for advisory work provided toFDIC-insured

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banks, thrifts, pension funds, insurance companies, and federalagencies—including the FSLIC, RTC and FDIC.

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Among his private sector clients, he has worked with landdevelopers, homebuilders, commercial property developers andinvestors, and closely-held portfolio property owners. Hisexperience includes shopping centers, office buildings, industrialfacilities, multifamily apartments, planned unit developments,hotels, condominiums, and historic redevelopments.

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Among his career affiliations, he served as national presidentof Real Estate Recovery Inc. He also served as a managing directorfor Alvarez & Marsal Real Estate Advisory Services; as well asthe J.E. Robert Cos., G.E. Capital, National City Bank and JacobsVisconsi & Jacobs Co.

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