Jason Scott Returns To Regions Bank

Jason Scott is returning to Regions Bank and its subsidiary Sabal Capital Partners as managing director and head of Conventional Loan Production, the companies announced in a press release.

Scott previously worked with Regions as director of originations for its Real Estate Capital Markets Group, where he originated permanent commercial real estate loans. In that role, he closed more than $1 billion in Fannie Mae, HUD, and CMBS transactions, among others.

“The Regions Bank and Sabal Capital Partners family is a recognized leader in multifamily and commercial real estate finance, having grown considerably in the last few years,” he said. 

“I am excited to return to this incredible team and begin this new role to further expand the Real Estate Capital Markets Group’s specialty services and lending volume and activity.”

Scott will lead multifamily conventional loan production and personnel for the Regions Bank Real Estate Capital Markets Group, which includes the Sabal Capital Partners lending business.

This will include heading up sales activities and upping the companies’ Fannie and Freddie conventional loan opportunities.

“Jason’s deep industry knowledge, his commitment to a superior client experience, and his focus on customized financial solutions make him the ideal leader for this crucial role,” said Troy Marek, head of Real Estate Capital Markets for Regions Bank.

“As a proven leader in the conventional multifamily finance arena, Jason is poised to leverage his experience in ways that benefit our clients, support our colleagues, and grow our pipeline. We are proud to welcome him back to the Regions family, and we look forward to building on our success at Regions and Sabal Capital Partners in meeting the detailed financial needs of commercial real estate clients.”

Before returning to Regions, Scott served as regional managing director for Arbor Realty Trust and opened their Atlanta office, where he personally closed over $1 billion in loan volume.

He has a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and a Master of Business Administration from California Polytechnic State University. He also holds a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from Columbia University.