Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
With over 20 years’ experience in financing commercial real estate, Mark has been responsible for managing the League Savings commercial team since 2009. Prior to joining League Savings he worked with other leading commercial lenders in the UK including BNP Paribas, Barclays and Bank of Scotland.
For Mark, League Savings unique local presence adds tremendous value. With all decisions being made locally by people that know and understand the Atlantic Canadian market, Mark and his team can pursue opportunities that don’t quite fit the box that most other lenders are constrained by. Mark’s focus is simple – develop value enhancing relationships that stand the test of time, rather than chase individual transactions. He does this by being accessible, honest and transparent.
Mark is married with 2 children. He enjoys spending time with his family and watching and participating in a variety of sports.
“The experiences that I earned with my family life and my work life have molded me into the person I am today – a fun loving, down to earth and caring individual.”
Larry joined the League Savings and Mortgage team in 2015 and brings 32 years of experience to his role as Commercial Account Manager. His previous experiences as a Bank Manager, Commercial Credit Officer and Mortgage Broker allow him to relate to how clients operate their business and how they define success.
Larry has been married for 33 years and has 3 great children of which he’s very proud. He enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, four-wheeling, snowmobiling and anything to do with outside.
“Experienced in drafting, land surveying and property management.”
Richard has over 40 years experience in the mortgage business. He joined the League Savings and Mortgage team in 2000. Richard has previously worked as a Regional Mortgage Manager, Commercial Mortgages for a major bank and he is an accredited real estate appraiser.
Married for 45 years with two children and three grandchildren, Richard enjoys golfing and boating at his cottage in Cape Breton.