FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Scott Holloway has joined Sheltair as the Senior Vice President of Capital Solutions. Sheltair is Florida’s largest privately-owned network of FBOs with locations throughout Florida, Georgia and New York.
Scott has been engaged in the real estate finance industry in South Florida since 1977. For the past nine years he has worked as the liaison between Sheltair and the financial institutions that support Sheltair’s expansion and development.
Sheltair’s Chief Operating Officer, Chris Rollins, said, “Bringing Scott on board full-time will allow Sheltair to dive even deeper into future planning and strategic expansion. For years, Scott has been an advocate for our company and now he’ll be an even bigger asset.”
As part of the senior management team, Scott will specialize in fostering and building relationships with Sheltair’s financial business partners as well as contributing to the companies long-term strategic planning. Holloway will be based at the main corporate office in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Prior to establishing the Hampton Financial Group in 1986, Scott served in various capacities at Barnett Banks of Florida (now known as Bank of America) including National Accounts Officer, Head of International Banking and President & Director of Barnett Bank of Fort Lauderdale. In 1997, Scott became the exclusive commercial loan originator for the Prudential Life Insurance Company in South Florida.
In 2000, he and 10 other principals founded iCAP Realty Advisors that grew to be the sixth largest financial intermediary for commercial mortgage originators in the United States. In addition to Scott’s extensive financial background, over the years, with various partners, Scott had significant involvement with commercial real estate including investment, development, financing, leasing and management.
Scott has served as an elected public official and as a director for various civic and philanthropic organizations throughout South Florida. He was a founding trustee of the Holy Cross Hospital foundation and was a founding director for the Broward Workshop, a non-profit business leadership advocacy organization. He also served as a director of the Bluegreen Corporation.
He earned his earned his bachelors degree from the University of Florida and his masters in business administration from the University of North Florida. In addition, Scott completed the Graduate School of Credit and Financial Management at Dartmouth.