New York Law School (J.D. 1997)
Fordham University Graduate School of Business (M.B.A. 1990)
California University of Pennsylvania (B.S. 1981)
New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Reginald A. Long is an attorney concentrating in project development, project and corporate finance, banking, secured transactions, subordinated debt, loan restructuring, loan participations, public agency, real estate, zoning and land use. Currently, he serves as counsel to several financial institutions, a Fortune 100 company, developers, and municipalities. Mr. Long served as a lead attorney for the firm in connection with the representation of the United States Department of Treasury in the Small Business Lending Program.
Prior Relevant Experience:
Mr. Long was employed by TIAA-CREF, a Fortune 100 pension fund, where he worked in the Mortgage and Real Estate Department focusing on project development ranging $5 million to $700 million throughout the United States and Canada. He has experience in a wide range of financing instruments including commercial mortgage backed securities, conventional mortgages, joint venture financings and acquisitions. He also has experience financing and developing shopping malls, hotels, retail entertainment complexes and mixed use projects, including the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. Mr. Long has also served as an adjunct professor at the Rutgers School of Business and the Rutgers-Newark School of Law providing instruction in corporate and real estate finance and transactions.