Bobby Khorshidi is President and Principal of Archway Fund and member of it’s loan committee. Founded in 2016 by its parent Company Partners Capital Inc, Archway Fund is a leading direct portfolio lender that provides and purchases short-term fixed rate bridge loans, 2nd Mortgages, Mezzanine Loans and Preferred Equity secured by commercial real estate nationwide. Partners Capital’s other businesses include a real estate investment company whose focus is on the acquisition and repositioning of value-add commercial real estate in the Western US. Bobby was raised in Los Angeles and completed his undergraduate education in June, 2000 at UCLA with a BS in Anthropology. In August of 2002 he took position at Wells Fargo Bank as a mortgage loan processor. By the time he left in August of 2009 he was responsible for originating over 1 Billion dollars in new loans. At his young age he was consistently recognized as one of the top 20 loan officers in the country by Wells Fargo and top 1% by various trade publications. As the market began to shift in 2009 Bobby left Wells Fargo to start Partners Capital Inc. In 2009 Partners Capital began as real estate investment company focused on the purchase of value-add/opportunistic real estate, performing and non-performing loans. He oversaw the day-to-day aspects acquisition, underwriting, asset management and loan workouts. Bobby has personally been involved in hundreds of loan workouts and restructuring. He is a member of the Board of Advisers for UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital and actively involved with Chai Lifeline West Coast. He is also a Dodger fan and lives in LA with his wife and three children.