JPMorgan Chase

Lionel Lynch is the Director of Community Development Banking Capital Solutions for JPMorgan Chase. Capital Solutions provides innovative financing to develop multifamily housing with rents attainable to a broader income range than traditional affordable or market-rate housing. Capital Solutions partners with a variety of capital sources, including equity investors, impact funds and institutions with a commitment to community development.

Lionel’s diverse career includes a variety of leadership roles in both the private and public sectors. He has experience developing multifamily residential and mixed-use projects for private real estate companies. He served in the federal government as Senior Advisor for Housing Finance and Policy at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, including Chief of Staff for the Federal Housing Administration. Combining both perspectives, Lionel was Principal of HR&A Advisors, an influential public-private real estate and economic development consulting firm, where he advised public agencies, private developers, and anchor institutions such as hospitals and universities on projects exceeding hundreds of millions of dollars that have catalyzed development and investment in communities.

Lionel earned his bachelor’s degree with honors from Harvard University and MBA from Harvard Business School. He is passionate about cities, is a member of the Real Estate Executive Council, currently serves on the Board of Directors for the DowntownDC Foundation and has held volunteer leadership roles at several organizations that advance equitable development. Lionel lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and their two daughters.

Speaking at the Following:

Mar 28

Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Value, Credit, Risk: The intersection of current market values, the availability of credit, and transaction risks in housing finance

1:30pm – 3:00pm
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Salon 5-8 (Salon Level 2)

Markets across the country have softened to varying degrees due to rising interest rates and the value dislocation between buyers and sellers. The availability of financing for acquisitions, refinancings, and the construction of new units has exacerbated the issue. Panelists will address the current interest rate environment and possible challenges over the course of the […]