FEATURED MOVER | John G. Mangan, Howard Bank

The Daily Record - 12/24/19 | Written by: Daily Record Staff

John G. Mangan has joined Howard Bank as a senior vice president and commercial real estate team lead.

Mangan has more than 20 years of experience in the banking industry, specializing in commercial real estate and property management. He will use his broad base of experience and extensive connections to help build Howard’s commercial real estate portfolio.

As the team lead, Mangan will oversee three lenders and two portfolio managers and look to grow the business, Chief Commercial Banking Officer Frank Turner said.

Mangan began his career as a corporate attorney in Buffalo, New York and worked in the business from 1987 to 1997. As an attorney, he negotiated the sale of medical practices, automobile dealerships, pharmaceutical distributorships, and technology ventures. He also worked on real estate deals including sale and leaseback transactions.

He jumped to the banking industry in 1998 becoming a regional corporate real estate manager for M&T Bank in Buffalo. In 2001, he was promoted to vice president, property management where he was responsible for developing and managing capital budgets for all of M&T Bank’s corporate real estate. He was also responsible for managing and leading 105 employees throughout the East Coast.

In 2006, Mangan moved with his family to the Baltimore region taking the position of vice president, commercial real estate, where he managed complex real estate credit and deposit relationships with commercial real estate developers. In 2018, Mangan was named administrative vice president, commercial real estate where he was responsible for a $300 million portfolio of complex commercial real estate loans and a $175 million portfolio of low-income housing tax credit investments.

 

ABOUT JOHN G. MANGAN

Resides in:
Severna Park

Education: 
MBA in finance, University at Buffalo, 1999; Juris Doctor, University at Buffalo, 1989; Bachelor of Arts in The Great Books, University of Notre Dame, 1986.

If you had not chosen banking as a profession, what profession would you choose and why? 
Public interest law.  I enjoy solving problems and helping people.

Favorite vacation: 
Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  Great hiking, biking, river rides, wildlife and views.

When I want to relax, I … :
Attend high school and collegiate lacrosse, field hockey and ice hockey events.

Favorite book:
“The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics,” by Daniel James Brown

Favorite quotation:
“It's hard to make the boat go as fast as you want to. The enemy, of course, is resistance of the water, as you have to displace the amount of water equal to the weight of men and equipment, but the very water is what supports you and that very enemy is your friend. So is life: the very problems you must overcome also support you and make you stronger in overcoming them.”   – George Yeoman Pocock

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