Mr. Rendak joined Inland Mortgage Capital in 2000, rising up to the rank of president in 2011. His career has been principally devoted to commercial real estate finance. Since arriving at Inland, Mr. Rendak has been focused on all aspects of its bridge lending program, including originating, underwriting, marketing, portfolio management, and capital raising. During his career at IMC, Mr. Rendak has been involved in nearly a billion dollars worth of financing. IMC’s underwriting strength and leverage from its affiliated companies helped sustain it during the recent financial recession, even as many of its competitors went out of business or became extinct. Mr. Rendak’s belief in the need for private commercial lenders to supplement and/or substitute for traditional banks has resulted in IMC resurrecting its program in a format that is even better than ever. Prior to his career at Inland, Mr. Rendak was a first vice president and real estate loan officer at various banks in Virginia, after learning commercial real estate as a special assets specialist. After graduating from college, he spent several years in public accounting. Mr. Rendak is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is an avid golfer and Chicago Sports Fan and is active in various charitable organizations.