Luan Nguyen is a Dispositions Relationship Manager at Cinnaire. As LIHTC investors move towards a year-15 disposition of their ownership interests in real estate developments, Luan takes the lead on all aspects of analyzing, negotiating, and deal closures with developer partners, purchasers and investors. He has been a national speaker for the The Institute for Professional and Executive Development (IPED) Dispositions Conference and leads bi-annual Dispositions roundtables for the National Association of State and Local Equity Funds (NASLEF). In these roles, he facilitates conversations on the industry’s trends, issues and best practices as it relates to Dispositions and Yr-15. He also sat on the planning committee and has been a panelist for the Building Michigan Communities Conference, which is quickly becoming one of the largest affordable housing events of its kind. In addition to being a NASLEF Emerging Leader, he was recently awarded the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 10 Over the Next Ten award, which recognizes Lansing’s best and brightest young professionals. Before his current role, he managed and reported on a LIHTC portfolio totaling over $240 Million in assets. Prior to joining Cinnaire, he gained commercial banking experience in key Michigan markets. For 4 years, he performed in a risk management function by underwriting investment real estate as well as commercial and industrial loans. He obtained his B.B.A. in Finance with an Ethics theme from Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business. He takes great pride in his work ethic and continuously strives for excellence in all aspects of his life. Luan’s personal life vision is to be a good man and to base his actions on that vision.