Marvin S. Cash
As a seasoned executive and respected counselor, Mr. Cash’s career has spanned financing and restructuring transactions across a variety of industries, asset classes and structured products. He has extensive experience with respect to the origination, distribution, servicing and management of commercial real estate debt and equity. He has also devoted a substantial portion of his career to the structuring and management of structured financing vehicles across a variety of asset classes, including mortgage-backed securities and collateralized debt obligations.
He has significant experience working out syndicated bank and commercial real estate debt whether held on balance sheet or in a structured vehicle. His colleagues and clients consistently seek his advice and assistance with critical path initiatives, strategic assessments and crisis management.
In addition to his legal career, Mr. Cash led the Contract Finance unit in Wachovia's Real Estate Capital Markets Group, founded an advisory firm focused on commercial real estate and led the commercial real estate and structured finance practices of a middle market merchant and investment bank.
Mr. Cash is an avid fly fisherman and outsdoorsman. He has held numerous senior leadership positions, including Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors, with Fly Fishers International, a non-profit organization focused on conservation and outdoor education. Previously, Mr. Cash led the Charlotte program of Project Healing Waters, an international non-profit that provides fly fishing opportunities for disabled veteran and active duty military.
Mr. Cash received an A.B. in Economics, magna cum laude, from Duke University where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law where he was a member of the Editorial Board of the Virginia Tax Review.
Mr. Cash is licensed to practice law in the States of North Carolina and Texas (Inactive). Mr. Cash is not a specialist in any area of law under the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct.