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Meghan Liddy

Senior Vice President Capital Markets

Meghan brings over twenty years of commercial banking experience to Kelleher’s Capital Markets Group where she advises clients, underwrites deals and matches them with the best sources of debt and/or equity to align capital structure with strategy and maximize ROI.

Liddy previously served as Senior Vice President, Investment Real Estate at Middlesex Savings Bank where she focused on investment commercial real estate and financing. While at Middlesex, she lead the growth of the portfolio from approximately $250 million to $750 million, across multiple product types including office, industrial, hotel, self-storage, mixed-use and multi-family properties. Before that, she was at Fidelity Bank, Banknorth, and Eastern Bank in credit lending and management and was responsible for business development, relationship management, leadership, and credit and portfolio management.


Massachusetts State Lottery (Commissioner), Worcester Chamber of Commerce (Board Member), Worcester Regional Research Bureau (Board Member), Habitat for Humanity Metro West/Greater Worcester (Former Treasurer), Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce (Former Board Member)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA – MBA, 2004
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA – BS, Hotel, Restaurant, Travel Administration, 1997

Clients & Customers

Charles River Realty
Ferris Development
Franklin Realty Advisors
Rabina Properties

Longfellow Real Estate Partners
National Development
Walker Development
Genesee: Wyoming Railroad Services Inc.

Whelan Associates
Worcester Business Development Corporation

In The News

Why Do Banks Offer Widely Different Borrowing Rates?

Every bank has a unique approach to managing its business.  No one bank executes the exact same lending strategy.  Not surprisingly, commercial mortgage rates offered by banks throughout Worcester, Central Massachusetts and the MetroWest region vary widely.

Former Providence & Worcester HQ Sold For $1.9M

Worcester Business Journal
The former Providence and Worcester Railroad headquarters at 75 Hammond St. in Worcester has been sold by the railroad for $1.85 million. The buyer was 75 Hammond Street LLC of Woburn, registered to Gilvan Miranda, owner and operator of MQM Cleaning and Facility Services.