“NCB is proud to congratulate Robbie on being named to this prestigious list of women,” said Charles E. Snyder, President and CEO of NCB. “We’ve long been aware of the outstanding dedication and service she provides to her customers, and are pleased the New York real estate community has also recognized her success.”
Ms. Gendels was named to the list for her accomplishments on behalf of NCB. Her creative approach to financing has helped make the Bank the lender of choice for many New Yorkers. In this role, she has originated millions of dollars in loans for cooperative, condominium, townhouse or single-family financing during her tenure at the Bank. Regarded as one of the industry’s leading finance specialists, Ms. Gendels is able to tailor financing from mortgages to home equity lines of credit to reverse mortgages, for New York area residents.
“In today’s lending market the ability to think “outside of the box” is a must, and the ability to work for a Bank that encourages this type of approach to lending is a pleasure,” commented Ms. Gendels. “To be recognized for my work, and in the company of such an outstanding group of professional women, is truly an honor.”
The other honorees include: Adrienne Albert (The Marketing Directors), Melissa Cohn (Manhattan Mortgage Company), Helena Durst (Durst Organization), Debra Fechter (Digby Management), Barbara Fox (Fox Associates), Jane Gladstein (Gladstein Development), Veronica Hackett (The Clarett Group), Jamie Heiberger-Jacobsen, Esq., Christine Hodgson (Prudential Douglas Elliman Developments), Jennifer Lee (Developers Group), Pam Liebman (The Corcoran Group), Wendy Maitland (The Maitland Group), Dana Pecorella (Cantor Pecorella), Louise Phillips Forbes (Halstead Property), Nancy Ruddy (Cetra/Ruddy), Elizabeth Schole (Magnum Management), Eileen Spinola (REBNY), Lois Weiss (New York Post), Emily Yousseuf (New York City Housing Development Corp.)
All 20 women were officially honored at an event held by Development NY-Residential in New York City on June 25, 2007 at Club 101 in Manhattan and were profiled in the June issue of the publication. A silent auction was held at the awards ceremony, and all of the night’s proceeds went to the non-profit organization, SHARE, which provides support to survivors of breast and ovarian cancer.
NCB means National Consumer Cooperative Bank, its subsidiaries and NCB Capital Impact, an affiliated non-profit corporation. Loans and technical assistance may be provided by NCB, NCB Capital Impact or NCB, FSB, all of which are Equal Housing Lenders. NCB, FSB is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NCB. Deposit products and services are provided by NCB, FSB, which is FDIC insured. Independent financial advisory services are offered through NCB Financial Advisors. Housing development services are offered through NCB and NCB Capital Impact's jointly owned subsidiary, NCB Community Works, LLC.
NCB is dedicated to strengthening communities nationwide through the delivery of banking and financial services, complemented by a special focus on cooperative expansion and economic development. Headquartered in Washington, DC, NCB also has offices in Alaska, California, New York and Virginia. In addition, NCB has a growing community banking network in southwestern Ohio. To learn more about NCB, visit www.ncb.coop.