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Theodore B. Manuel

Fax +1.843.579.5601
Fax +1.212.536.3901
Bo Manuel is a finance partner in the firm’s Charleston and New York offices. He is also the practice group coordinator of the firm’s global banking and asset finance practice. Mr. Manuel regularly represents lenders, master servicers and special servicers in various financing transactions involving commercial mortgage backed securities including asset management, workouts, debt and corporate restructurings, loan assumptions, and defeasances. He also focuses on non CMBS lender representation including origination and servicing of commercial mortgage backed loans, including multifamily agency programs for affordable housing, seniors housing, credit facility transactions, and multi-property pool transactions.

Mr. Manuel also represents credit opportunity funds and private equity purchasers in connection with the acquisition, workout, and disposition of distressed assets, including mortgage loans, lease portfolios, bank owned property, C&I loans, and other secured credit facilities. He has significant experience in the financing, sale, and acquisition of complex mixed-use properties, including the review and negotiation of real estate and title documents in connection with commercial real estate transactions

Professional/Civic Activities

  • Mortgage Bankers Association - 2016 graduate of Future Leaders program
  • Commercial Real Estate Finance Council
  • New York Bar Association
  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • First (Scots) Presbyterian Church Kindergarten, Former Treasurer and Member of Board of Directors
  • Representation of master servicer in connection with defeasance of $260 million REIT loan portfolio secured in part by 49 operating hotel properties
  • Representation of private equity firm in connection with distressed $119 million real property portfolio acquisition comprised of 75 commercial tracts owned by 27 unrelated borrowers
  • Workout and restructuring of syndicated construction loan secured in part by 120-unit condominium project
  • Loan origination involving partially secured credit facility to include security interest in timeshare note receivables, ground leasehold interests, and fee simple multi-tenant shopping center