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Eastern Union Brings Banking Services In-House

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Brooklyn-based Eastern Union has promoted Jacob Lipoff to lead the company’s newly centralized QTS Banking and Capital Markets Division. Holding the title of executive managing director, he will manage the firm’s full scope of banking relationships, a component of the business that has now been brought in-house.
 
“Transactions deserve to be financed by the most suitable lenders, and clients deserve the best possible rates,” said Ira Zlotowitz, Eastern Union founder and president. “Jacob Lipoff will help us achieve these goals because he understands our clients’ relationships with the banking community, and because of his technological skills. He will further fortify the strong bonds that already unite Eastern Union with lenders nationwide.”
 
Based in Bethesda, MD, Lipoff and his team will play a central role in managing the substantial influx of deals and data generated by new personnel. The company just reported the fourth-busiest June in its 19-year history.

Pictured: Ira Zlotowitz.

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