Louis Mirando, the founder of Streamline, has over 30 years experience in commercial mortgage lending and acquisitions, initially with Chase Manhattan Bank and later, The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, originating over $2 billion in investments.  He founded Rhodes Capital Company in 1992, formalizing alliances with Morgan Stanley, CSFB and Nomura Securities.  In 1996, he co-founded and became CEO of Transatlantic Capital Company (“TACC”), a joint venture with Deutsche Bank .  After selling his interest in TACC to Deutsche Bank, he became active in a variety of real estate developments.  In 2001, he co-founded Rhodes Capital Advisors, a real estate debt and equity advisory company.  In 2004, he became Co-Head and Managing Director of CMBS Originations for Eurohypo AG.   He left Eurohypo to pursue active real estate development in 2006.  Mr. Mirando has served as an adjunct at NYU’s Real Estate Institute and presently teaches finance at Villanova University; he is a member of the Villanova’s Center For Real Estate and a 1981 graduate of the same. He holds a New York State Real Estate Broker license.