Robert A. Wrzosek joined Berkeley Point Capital in December of 2015 and is charged with expanding the affordable housing, seniors, healthcare and FHA platforms within BPC. Additionally, he is responsible for deal management and oversight in the New York market, as well as various enterprise risk management activities.
Rob most recently served as President of Hunt Mortgage Group and as President and Chief Compliance Officer of Hunt Financial Services. In these capacities, Rob was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the GSE and mortgage banking businesses, leading Hunt through a significant phase of growth and expansion, including doubling Hunt Mortgage’s affordable production during his tenure. Rob’s previous experience includes approximately six years at Credit Suisse, where he was responsible for the establishment of the Walker & Dunlop joint venture by combining Credit Suisse’s GSE lending subsidiary, Column Guaranteed, and what was then known as Greenpark Financial. Rob was instrumental in taking Walker & Dunlop public and was a Walker & Dunlop Board Member through 2010. Additionally, during his Credit Suisse tenure, Rob was responsible for managing its private label tax exempt affordable housing securitization platform, as well as being responsible for the day-to-day operations of its LIHTC syndication platform from 2008-2010. In 2009, the Obama Administration solicited Rob’s advice for potential revisions to the Federal LIHTC program and he has served as an expert witness concerning the valuation of limited partnership interests in portfolios of affordable housing assets. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Rob was a partner with the law firm of Eichner & Norris PLLC, Washington, D.C. His legal practice focused on structured finance & tax, with a specialization in the securitization of tax exempt securities and affordable housing finance.
Rob is a graduate of Ithaca College with a double major in Finance and Philosophy, obtained his JD from Duke University, and received his Master of Laws in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.