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Michael Malley – Vice President and Director
[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Michael Malley is a senior brownfield real estate and environmental management professional with over 30 years’ experience in financing, acquisition, risk management, stakeholder outreach and redevelopment of environmentally impaired real estate assets. His experience and expertise includes financial modeling, asset divestiture transaction analysis, environmental risk management and impaired real estate asset reuse analysis.
Mr. Malley has assisted public and private clients in managing surplus and impaired real estate assets with combined liability, restructuring and disposition costs in excess of $1.5 billion, identifying disposition, reuse and risk management strategies resulting in asset value creation and liability and cost reduction of over $250 million. He has worked closely with municipal clients, implementing redevelopment and reuse strategies at brownfield sites to expand/diversify economy, catalyze revitalization, increase general fund revenue, and eliminate blight while providing advice on economic viability of a range of industrial, commercial, retail and mixed use reuse projects.
Mr. Malley was co-founder of a national brownfield land development company responsible for the acquisition and redevelopment of brownfield sites across the United States with redevelopment value of over $400 million, managing and extinguishing over $100 million of environmental liability associated with the redevelopment of those properties.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]