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Mike Mantle

Managing Director, Morgan Stanley

Mike Mantle joined Morgan Stanley in 2009 and led the design of Morgan Stanley’s community and economic development lending and investments business.  Mike is Managing Director and Head of Morgan Stanley Community Development Finance, President of Morgan Stanley Community Investments, and Vice Chairman of the Morgan Stanley Impact SBIC, where he is also a Member of the Investment Committee.


Mike has over 35 years’ experience in banking, including over 27 years as a community development professional, and he serves on several national non-profit community and economic development boards, including a leading non-profit tax credit syndication organization.


Mike was the founding President and CEO of the Bank of America Community Development Bank. Under his leadership, the Bank grew from a start-up to a $4 billion institution with offices in 23 states and 37 cities. Mike was also the Chairman of Zion Bank’s Community Investment Corporation, where he designed and managed a $100 million New Markets Tax Credit program. Mike has also served as the Division Director for California Bank and Trust’s Retail and Small Business Banking. In addition, Mike held the role of Chief Operating Officer of the One Economy Corporation, a non-profit organization serving low- and moderate-income communities across the nation.


Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) is a leading global financial services firm providing investment banking, securities, wealth management and investment management services. With offices in more than 41 countries, the Firm's employees serve clients worldwide including corporations, governments, institutions and individuals.


Morgan Stanley’s Global Sustainable Finance (GSF) group is committed to creating innovative, long-term sustainable business models that strengthen communities, advance economic opportunity, and protect the environment. 


GSF's Office of Community Reinvestment responds to community needs through high-impact transactions with themes that leverage Morgan Stanley’s strengths. Since 2006, Morgan Stanley has committed more than $10 billion in loans and investments to strengthen underserved communities.

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