Richmond, Va., May 8th, 2017– Allegiancy is pleased to announce that through Cushman & Wakefield’s marketing efforts the six flex buildings that encompass Fairview Industrial Park have been sold. The
John M. Ramey III
Contributing to the innovative approach and entrepreneurial spirit of Allegiancy is central to the work of John M. Ramey III, general counsel.
Allegiancy is a commercial real estate asset manager focused on growth in secondary markets. The company has made a name for itself by resurrecting troubled properties without a massive capital infusion from their owners.
At Allegiancy, Ramey oversees all legal matters affecting the company, including capital fundraising, as well as lease, finance, and sale transactions for Allegiancy’s clients.
Ramey brings considerable experience in securities offerings; venture capital and “angel” financing; buy-sell agreements; and commercial real estate — leasing, acquisitions, and financing. Since 2005, Ramey has assisted other companies in raising more than $1 billion of equity through private placements of securities.
Previously, Ramey was a principal at Goodman Allen & Filetti, a full-service law firm; a founder of Ramey-Michael Business Law Group, a boutique business law firm; and a partner at Hirschler Fleischer law firm.
Ramey has been listed in “Virginia Super Lawyers” magazine for business corporate law, and among Virginia’s Legal Elite in “Virginia Business” magazine. He has held leadership positions in the Virginia Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
Ramey holds a law degree from the University of Richmond and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia.
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