Anglo Irish Bank Names Richard Muraida to Senior Vice President
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Anglo Irish Bank has named Richard Muraida as senior vice president of commercial real estate lending for the Bank’s Boston representative office. Muraida will be responsible for originating loans in the Boston market and will report to Executive Vice President and Head of Lending Eddie Byrne.
“He will be a strong addition to our growing operations.”
“Rick brings 27 years of commercial real estate experience and long-standing client relationships to our Boston office,” said Tony Campbell, president and chief executive officer of Anglo Irish Bank Group - North America. “He will be a strong addition to our growing operations.”
Muraida previously worked for Eastern Bank’s Boston office as senior vice president/team leader of commercial real estate lending where he managed a team that handled originating and underwriting construction and interim loans for all types of commercial real estate. Prior to his eight years with Eastern Bank, he held various commercial real estate origination and asset management positions in the Boston area at Fleet National Bank, First National Bank of Boston, Neworld Bank and Brookline Savings Bank. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in fine arts from Boston University and completed the Minority Developers Executive Program at the MIT Center for Real Estate Development.
Anglo Irish Bank is Ireland’s third largest bank and the fourth largest company listed on the Irish Stock Exchange. The Bank operates in three core areas - business lending, treasury and wealth management. The Bank’s long established reputation is built on successful long-term relationships, service quality and certainty of deal execution, a business model which has been the foundation for their sustained market leading performance.
In North America, the group has representative offices in Boston, New York and Chicago offering a variety of financing options in the acquisition, construction or refinancing of all types of commercial real estate.
For more information about Anglo Irish Bank, visit the company’s Web site at www.angloirishbank.com.