Leadership

Jennifer Britt

Director, Performing Asset Management and Team Lead - Americas

Los Angeles  |  vCard

 

Jennifer Britt serves as the relationship manager for one of Trimont’s largest clients. As a Team Lead, she oversees and directs a team of asset managers, associates and analysts in the management of the portfolio, and servicing of debt and equity investments nationwide. This includes the administration of deal terms, portfolio and asset level client reporting, evaluation of the underlying collateral’s performance and business plan objectives, and the administration of construction advances, lockbox and reserve disbursements. Additional responsibilities include: the analysis of lease economics, budget reviews, evaluating collateral values, market assessments, conducting site inspections, as well as meeting with the sponsors, development contractors, property managers, and leasing agents to ensure business plans are appropriately implemented.

Based in Los Angeles, Jennifer serves as a member of Trimont’s Global Advisory Council and as a mentor to advance women at Trimont and in the commercial real estate profession.

Relevant Experience:

Ms. Britt rejoined Trimont in the summer of 2018. She previously worked at Trimont in the Atlanta office from February 1999 – December 2015, first as an Asset Manager, then Assistant Vice President and finally as Vice President, Asset Management.

During this time, she closed the agreement to manage The Plaza Hotel in New York for seven years, serving as Asset Manager for the renovation and repositioning from hotel to mixed-use. The capital stack totaled over $1 billion with 16 debt positions including a securitized strip. She oversaw all aspects of construction draw administration, reporting, compliance, condo sales administration and cash management.

She also originated a relationship with a non-US lender which grew over a five-year period to service more than $1.5 billion of committed capital.

Ms. Britt is responsible for creating Trimont’s first policies and procedures manual on construction draw administration, compiling company knowledge plus forms and templates created over several years. The manual served as a training document, was provided to rating agencies, and was used as a sales tool.