Daniel M. Shlufman is the President of FCMC Mortgage Corp.  One of the co-founders of FCMC in 1995, Mr. Shlufman originates mortgage loans and structures residential financing.  At FCMC, Mr. Shlufman is in charge of operations and all regulatory and legal matters.Mr. Shlufman has been a practicing real estate attorney concentrating in residential and commercial real estate transactions since 1989.  Prior to his work with FCMC and the formation of his law practice, he was associated with Martin A. Shlufman (11/94-12/98), Hahn & Hessen (7/91- 10/94) and Schulte Roth & Zabel (11/89- 5/91).  He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Real Property Law Section of the NYSBA and the Cooperative and Condominium Committee.

Mr. Shlufman has also lectured on cooperative and mortgage financing and chaired Continuing Legal Education programs on these subjects, including Basics of the Mortgage and Coop Loan Process (2003), Residential Mortgages (2004) and The Attorney and the Mortgage Loan (2005).  He is also on the faculty of the Practicing Law Institute.  In addition to his professional activities, he is the Co-Chairman of the Commerce and Professional Division of the UJA of Northern New Jersey, a member of their Board of Trustees, and the 2008 winner of the Russell Berrie Young Leadership Award.

Mr. Shlufman graduated from New York University School of Law with a J.S. degree in 1989 and was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award in Professional Responsibility and Regulation of Lawyers.  He graduated from The State University of New York at Binghamton in 1986 with a B.A. degree.  He graduated with Outstanding Academic Performance and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society.





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