Michael P. Larsen is the Chief Financial Officer of Hunt Capital Holdings, the holding company for Hunt’s financial service businesses. Mr. Larsen is also the Chief Financial Officer of Hunt Real Estate Capital, a division of Hunt Companies. He is responsible for coordinating the operating needs of Hunt’s financial service businesses, including Hunt Real Estate Capital and Hunt Investment Management, an SEC registered investment advisor. Mr. Larsen is a member of Hunt Real Estate Capital’s executive management team and its Investment Committee.
Prior to Hunt Real Estate Capital, Mr. Larsen was the Chief Financial Officer of Centerline Capital Group, a publicly traded mortgage banking and investment management company, which was acquired by Hunt in 2013. As Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Larsen was responsible for accounting and reporting for over 120 public and private funds and operating entities as well as managing finance and capital markets activities. Mr. Larsen’s previous roles at Centerline included Treasurer and Director of Corporate Finance. Mr. Larsen has managed a wide variety of capital markets executions, including management of corporate term loans, warehouse and aggregation facilities, CLO/CDO securitizations, preferred equity, and tender option bond financings. In addition, he was responsible for the management and restructuring of a $2.8 billion bond portfolio and has managed numerous corporate acquisitions and restructurings. Previously, Mr. Larsen also was responsible for completing the underwriting and deal structuring of over $800 million in affordable equity investments and multifamily loans made by Related Capital Company and Charter Mac. Mr. Larsen started his career at Arthur Andersen in the real estate and structured finance practices.
In 2011, Mr. Larsen was named one of Real Estate Forum’s “Forty under Forty” to watch. Mr. Larsen earned a Master of Business Administration from Columbia University and his Bachelor of Arts from The University of Pennsylvania. He has been a participant in the Real Estate Roundtable’s TPAC and RECPAC committees and is a member of the MBA.