Michael Treanor brings an extensive resume to his position as the Chief Executive Officer of Claremont Partners Limited, drawing on over two decades in the financial industry. Throughout that time, he worked with a number of banking and investment firms, developing skills in portfolio management, real estate development, and other financial negotiations. Now, Michael Treanor holds responsibility for Claremont’s portfolio of early-stage gaming investments.
Previously, Michael Treanor served as the Chief Executive Officer of other gaming property companies, including CR201 Holdings Limited and AMZ Holdings Limited. In 2003, he launched himself fully into this area of real estate investments when he became a Managing Member of Concorde Capital, LLC, and acquired an unrestricted gaming license in Nevada for casino and hotel properties investments. Prior to this, Mr. Treanor had worked with general real estate investments as a Principal and Limited Partner with Fremont Realty Capital L.P., managing numerous important properties.
During the 1990s, Michael Treanor spent time with Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc., as the Vice President of the company’s Real Estate Investment Banking Division. One of the transactions he handled merited the Deal of the Year award from Institutional Investor Magazine.
Earlier, Michael Treanor gained experience in the legal industry as an Associate Attorney for Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft where his clients included NationsBank, CS First Boston, Paine Webber Inc., Goldman Sachs, Prudential Securities, and GE Capital. This followed several years as an Assistant Treasurer with Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A.
Michael Treanor earned admittance to the Bar in New York and Massachusetts. He received his Juris doctorate from Fordham University School of Law in New York after graduating from the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Physics.
In his leisure time, Michael Treanor enjoys playing competitive squash, running, sailing, and spending time with his wife and three daughters. He has volunteered with New Jersey Legal Services and East Harlem School, where he served as a Trustee and Chairman of the Board.