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David Leopold is Freddie Mac’s vice president for target affordable production and investments for the multifamily business. He is responsible for approximately $3 billion in annual production, including all relationships and transactions involving targeted affordable lenders, borrowers and tax credit syndicators. He is also the lead contact with housing finance agencies, municipalities and community-based organizations for Freddie Mac Multifamily’s affordable housing and community development products and services.
Prior to joining Freddie Mac in 2015, David led Tax Credit Equity Origination for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where his team produced $1.2 billion in annual equity investments in Low-Income Housing, Historic and New Markets Tax Credits. Prior to that he managed Bank of America’s Community Development Lending platform, where he was responsible for $1.6 billion in annual loan originations and a portfolio of $4 billion in real estate secured assets. David’s experience also includes municipal bond financing, loan and tax credit syndication, structured debt products and public policy related to economic and community development.
He is on the board of directors of Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. He also serves on the board and executive committee of the Lisner Home, a Washington, D.C., nonprofit providing affordable assisted living and skilled nursing to very low-income seniors.
David has undergraduate and graduate degrees with honors from Fordham University and the University of Colorado respectively. David lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and two children.