Kate Floyd

Vice President
Investments


Kate Floyd is Vice President – Investments at Domain Capital Advisors, LLC a SEC-registered investment adviser and subsidiary of Domain Capital Group. In this role,she is responsible for the sourcing, due diligence, and management of new investments and overseeing the management of existing credit and special situation investments.

Ms. Floyd began her career at JPMorgan Chase in 2002 as an underwriting analyst for the commercial real estate team in Atlanta, GA. During her six-year tenure she advanced to becoming Vice President in the firm’s commercial mortgage backed securities department. As Vice President, her primary responsibilities included, managing the underwriting and closing of $6.4 billion in commercial real estate loans, structuring mortgage debt transactions, and overseeing the asset management of several loan portfolios with over 20 properties.

In 2008, she joined TriMont Real Estate Advisors as an Asset Manager. In this role, Ms. Floyd actively managed a $100 million portfolio comprised of land, industrial, and office properties. She was primarily responsible for monitoring loan compliance, reviewing leases, managing workouts on securitized loans, and negotiating broker agreements. In 2011, she joined The American Home Real Estate Investment Trust as Vice President of Operations in Atlanta, GA. Ms. Floyd managed operations for a single family home rental fund and management company, which grew from 100 homes to 2,500 homes in theSoutheast during her tenure there.

In 2014, Ms. Floyd joined Spring11, LLC as Senior Vice President, underwriting debt transactions for single assets and portfolios totaling $500 million. In 2016, she rejoined JPMorgan Chase as a contractor through Spring11, LLC, where she continued to underwrite and close fixed and floating rate loans totaling $1.05 billion, assisted with the securitization of loans, and managed the underwriting and asset management of a 110 property self-storage portfolio.

Ms. Floyd earned her BSBA in Finance from the University of Florida with a minor in economics. Ms. Floyd is a member of the Urban Land Institute and an active member in her community and has served on the board for various committees for Morningside Elementary School in Atlanta, GA