Jamie W. Browning, Vice President Development
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Jamie W. Browning
Vice President, Real Estate Development

As Vice President of Real Estate Development, Jamie’s responsibilities include the purchase and sale negotiations for both vacant land and developed property, mortgage financing, financial analysis, building development and economic forecasting. Jamie works closely with the management, construction and marketing departments and has developed dozens of high profile office, warehouse, retail and residential projects. He recently completed a comprehensive study for the redevelopment of noise mitigation property acquired by and adjacent to the Indianapolis International Airport.

Jamie has been with Browning Investments Inc. since 1986. Prior to being appointed Vice President of Real Estate Development, he acted as Property Manager and most recently Asset Manager. In between listening to Neil Young and Eric Clapton and walking his two dogs Divot and Elwood, he has managed over two million square feet of Class A downtown office and retail space, and three multi-story parking facilities. How’s that for multi-tasking?

Before joining Browning Investments, Inc. Jamie was a Corporate Syndicate Coordinator for Roney & Company, an investment banking company located in Detroit, Michigan. During his tenure, he conducted analysis and presentation of initial public and debt offerings to company financial advisors, and developed a new issue debt security-trading program. Additionally, he coordinated marketing activities and stock allocation, and acted as liaison between the lead underwriting manager and in-house financial advisors. A quote from the movie Wall Street still sticks with him: “We’re all just one trade away from humility.”

Jamie obtained his M.B.A. in finance from the University of Notre Dame and B.A. from Michigan State University. He holds his Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation.

Jamie is the President for the Board of Directors of Gleaners Food Bank. He has also served on the Blue Ribbon Commission on local government reform and the building committee for St. Luke’s Catholic Church and High School. He was past committee chairman of the 1991 PGA Golf Championship and the 1993 U.S. Women’s Open at Crooked Stick Golf Club. Jamie is involved in community youth athletic programs, area school fund-raising projects and the Boy Scouts of America. He is a member of the Crooked Stick Golf Club.