Chief Executive Officer & Chief Investment Officer
Randy Reiff is the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Allegiant.
He held the same role at FirstKey Lending prior to the relaunching of FirstKey’s commercial real estate finance business as an independent investment manager under the Allegiant banner. Prior to joining FirstKey in 2013, Mr. Reiff was a Managing Director and Head of CRE Finance and CMBS Trading at Macquarie Investments US, a subsidiary of the Macquarie Group, where he oversaw the invest Macquarie’s capital in commercial real estate lending, debt investment and securities investment and trading opportunities globally. Mr. Reiff and his team joined Macquarie in 2010 to facilitate the firm’s entry into U.S. commercial real estate lending and debt investing. Previously, Mr. Reiff was a Managing Director and Global Head of CRE Finance and CMBS at J.P. Morgan, where he was responsible for all of J.P. Morgan’s global principal commercial real estate finance and lending activities both for balance sheet and for distribution as well as all CMBS trading activities globally. Mr. Reiff joined J.P. Morgan following its acquisition of Bear Stearns, where he was a Senior Managing Director and Global Co-Head of CRE Finance and CMBS, having similar responsibilities. Before joining Bear Stearns in 1995, Mr. Reiff worked at Citicorp Securities’ in the Secondary Mortgage Finance Division, where he was responsible for distressed debt asset management and trading. He holds a B.A. in Political Science and East Asian Studies from New York University.