You are here

Paul Jamiolkowski

Senior Vice President, Real Estate Banking | Regional Manager – West Coast
Paul Jamiolkowski HEADSHOT

Paul Jamiolkowski is a Senior Vice President of PNC Real Estate, a division of The PNC Financial Services Group. He is the West Coast Regional Manager of Real Estate Banking where he is responsible for commercial lending and banking products for commercial real estate companies in the West Coast including California, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, and Utah.

He has been in the real estate finance industry for over 25 years starting his career with GE Capital Commercial Real Estate Division. He joined PNC Bank in 1995 and has helped develop the West Coast to approximately $7.0 billion of commitments.

Paul graduated from University of Illinois in 1989 with Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Accounting. He is a member of several industry groups including International Council of Shopping Centers, National Multi Housing Council, and Urban Land Institute.

Paul currently serves as a board member of the BIT Investment Committee providing oversight and governance as PNC Bank serves as Trustee for the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT), a bank collective trust. He also serves on the Executive Committee Member of the USC Lusk Center Board of Directors.

About PNC Real Estate

PNC Real Estate is a leading provider of banking, financial and servicing solutions for commercial real estate clients across the country. Our comprehensive array of capabilities includes acquisition, construction, and permanent financing for public and private developers and investors; agency financing for multifamily and seniors housing properties; and debt and equity capital for the affordable housing industry. And, through Midland Loan Services, we provide third-party loan servicing, asset management and technology solutions.

PNC Bank (NYSE:PNC) is based in Pittsburgh, PA. PNC Bank is the country’s 6th largest commercial bank with total assets of $372Bn and is the 3rd largest commercial real estate lender