Matthew D. Royko focuses his practice on real estate banking and finance matters, specifically the areas of secured and unsecured lending transactions and acquisition financings. He has represented lenders in REIT financings as well as mezzanine and conduit loans. His clients have included syndicate banks, agents and international corporations in bi-lateral and syndicated acquisitions and working capital financings.
A substantial portion of Mr. Royko’s practice involves representing loan servicers in connection with loan assumptions, preferred equity investments and transfers of interest transactions. He has also represented buyers and sellers of commercial properties and raw land.
During law school, Mr. Royko served as an Articles Editor for the American University Law Review. He also interned for the United States Department of Justice in Washington, DC.
American University Washington College of Law, 1997, JD, cum laude
Fairfield University, 1994, BA
Admissions and qualifications:
Community Involvement and Pro Bono:
Board of Directors, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
Reading Mentor, Everybody Wins! Power Lunch Program