Mr. Martin served as corporate treasurer of Bank of America from 2005 until his retirement in March 2008. During his 27 years at Bank of America, Mr. Martin held several risk management roles, including leadership roles in commercial real estate risk management, capital markets risk management, and private equity investing. As corporate treasurer, he was responsible for funding, liquidity, and interest rate risk management. From 2003 to 2005, Mr. Martin was Bank of America’s enterprise market and operational risk executive, and from 1999 until 2003, he served as the risk management executive for Bank of America’s global corporate and investment banking. From April 2008 through July 2008, following his retirement, Mr. Martin served as a member of the Counterparty Risk Management Policy Group III (“CPMPG III”), co-chaired its Risk Monitoring and Risk Management Working Group, and participated in the production of CPMPG III’s report: “Containing Systemic Risk: The Road to Reform,” a forward-looking and integrated framework of risk management best practices. Mr. Martin returned to Bank of America in October 2008 to assist with the integration process for enterprise risk management following Bank of America’s acquisition of Merrill Lynch. After working on the transition, Mr. Martin served as Bank of America’s enterprise credit and market risk executive until July 2009. Mr. Martin served as chairman of the board of directors of CommunityOne Bancorporation, a community bank holding company headquartered in Asheboro, North Carolina until October 2016. Mr. Martin has served as an independent director and audit committee financial expert of CNL Healthcare Properties, Inc., a public, non-traded REIT, since July 2012. He also serves as an independent director and audit committee financial expert of CNL Healthcare Properties II, Inc., a public, non-traded REIT, since January 2016. Mr. Martin serves on the board of directors of Burroughs & Chapin Company, Inc., a South Carolina based REIT, serving on the investment, personnel and compensation committees.

Mr. Martin attained an M.B.A. from Samford University and a B.A. in economics from Emory University.