Jeff Day is the Chief Executive Officer of Berkeley Point Capital and the Chief Investment Officer of its parent company CCRE. In these roles, Jeff’s primary responsibilities are focused on development of corporate strategy, managing senior relationships with capital partners, attracting new sources of capital, maintaining credit policy and driving revenue by enhancing new and existing client relationships. Jeff brings over thirty years of leadership experience to Berkeley Point and CCRE.
In addition to his responsibilities at Berkeley Point and CCRE, Jeff currently serves in key roles on industry boards and advisory councils including the Fannie Mae DUS CEO Advisory Council, NMHC Board of Directors, the MBA Origination Council, Artemis Real Estate Partners Advisory Board and the Board of Directors of Shelters to Shutters. He is a past chair of the CREFC Multifamily Forum and GSE Reform Task Force, and a past member of its Board of Governors and Policy Committee. He is also a past board member and chair of Freddie Mac’s Advisory Council, NAHB Multifamily Leadership Council, and the San Francisco Chronicle Citizen’s Advisory Board.
Prior to becoming CEO of Berkeley Point, Jeff was Co-Head and Managing Director of the firm’s predecessor companies from 2006-2009 and Managing Partner-Western U.S. from 2002-2006. He joined the firm in 2001 as Head of Production-Western U.S. and was a member of the Office of the CEO, Executive Committee and a voting member of the Credit Committee. During his tenure, Jeff has been involved in various investment banking and trading activities, including capital raises, M&A, capital commitment facilities, TRUPS, loan syndication, CMBS, distressed debt, and whole loan and pool sales.
Earlier in his career, Jeff helped build and lead the Western U.S. expansion of National Realty Funding (NRF), a commercial mortgage conduit whose equity partners were Prudential Securities and Progressive Insurance. Prior to NRF, Jeff founded and was Managing Partner of Plaza Realty Advisors, a regional mortgage banking firm which represented various life companies in the Western U.S. He began his career at Sonnenblick-Goldman, a New York-based real estate investment banking firm.
Jeff received a BA in Business with a concentration in Finance from the University of Colorado.