Richard K. Hollowell is a real estate and finance expert who specializes in Real Estate Finance, Development, Loan Workouts, Asset Management, Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Receivership, Valuation, Property Acquisition, Partnership Disputes and Landlord/Tenant Matters, including Determination of Damages. Mr. Hollowell has 45 years of experience as a key executive of major banks, real estate development firms, credit companies (G.E Capital), public accounting firms, and consulting firms including, Real Estate Recovery, the J.E. Robert Companies, and Alvarez & Marsal. His clients have included insurance companies, banks, pension funds, developers, law firms, real estate operating companies, and federal agencies including the FSLIC, RTC, and FDIC. Mr. Hollowell was one of five experts asked to speak before 20 of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's key people on August 12, 2008 at the inception of the systemic crash of the U.S. financial markets. Highly regarded by large banks, insurance companies, pension funds, federal regulatory agencies, and real estate companies holding large portfolios of assets. He is a widely recognized international speaker and published author. Litigation Support - Mr. Hollowell has over 1,000 hours of deposition testimony. His Rule 26 list includes 40 cases since 2003 and seven trial appearances in the past five years. His services are available to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defendant. Areas of Expertise:
De Novo Start-ups / Fundraising Banking Practices, Policies, and Procedures Standards of Care Bank Officers’ / Directors’ Conduct, Actions, Negligence Banking Operations Credit Analysis Loan Review Loan Documentation Bank Regulations / Law Commercial and Real Estate Lending Practices Consumer Lending Practices Forensic Commercial Loans Lender Liability Loan Participation and Documentation Troubled Debt Restructuring Practices, Workouts, Forbearance Collection Practices Loan Commitment Issues Loan Guarantee Issues Bank Credit Administration and Credit Policy Issues, Customs and Practices Real Estate Appraisal Bank Fraud Bankruptcy, Fairness of Interest Rates "Cramdown"