Sabal Names Longtime Lehman Brothers Vet as Managing Director

Sabal Names Longtime Lehman Brothers Vet as Managing Director


Sabal Financial Group, L.P., a privately held diversified financial services firm that specializes in real estate, lending, and banking, appointed Marguerite Brogan as managing director.

From her post in New York, Brogan will manage Sabal’s business development efforts and assist with its commercial real estate loan transaction services businesses, growing Sabal’s loan origination underwriting and re-underwriting platform.

“Midge Brogan’s new role underscores our commitment to expand key growth businesses for Sabal Financial Group,” said founder and CEO Pat Jackson.

“Midge’s national and international experience in finance and real estate parallels our businesses and growth targets and her long-term relationships in the region are demonstrated in her recognizable track record, making her an ideal fit for Sabal,” Jackson added.

Brogan joins Sabal from Park Praedium, an independent real estate advisory firm she founded and led. Prior to that, she spent a significant span of her career at Lehman Brothers, most recently working as a managing director in the firm’s Global Real Estate Group.

During her tenure there, she was directly responsible for more than $5 billion in origination of senior debt, mezzanine debt, equity investments, and the acquisition of third-party loans.

She also served as co-head of Lehman Brothers Bank Capital Crossing Division, where she was responsible for a $1 billion portfolio of small balance commercial real estate loans.

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