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Scott Chisholm resigns from Redwood Trust

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Scott Chisholm, a managing director at Redwood Trust (RWT), will be resigning from the company effective July 1.

Chisholm joined Redwood in September 2009 to help build the real estate investment trust's platform for commercial real estate mortgage debt investments and orginations. 

Since inception in 2009 through the first quarter of 2013, the Redwood commercial team completed in excess $700 million in aggregate principal amount of investments and loans. 

Following Chisholm's resignation, Redwood's president Brett Nicholas and chief investment officer Fred Matera will continue to lead the company's platform.

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