In early 2014, Frank co-founded Atlys Group by merging his previous firm, RobinSUN Capital Partners, with the W Group out of Chicago, IL. Atlys Group is a diversified business group that engages in disaster recovery financing and resiliency planning as well as opportunistic and distressed investments.
Currently, Frank is the President and founder of disaster recovery conglomerate of businesses, Atlys Global. Atlys Global has a Public Assistance, advisory and resiliency entity, multiple construction companies, and The Federal Contractor Financing Program (FCFP), the first ever disaster recovery lending platform. Atlys Global Finance has the knowledge, experience and capital to provide short-term funding solutions to contractors working in disaster recovery areas under a federal contract. Our team of professionals provides financing on completed work under a federal contract. Frank and his team have raised committed capital of $1b globally for this funding platform.
In late 2009, Frank became the founder and CEO of RobinSUN Capital Partners (RCP). RCP initially focused on financing large-scale renewable energy projects worldwide but morphed into a more diversified investment firm that specialized in Business Solutions, Real Estate Development, Renewable Energy and other unique opportunities.
From 2006 until 2009, Frank was a financial advisor for high net worth individuals and successful businesses throughout the Northeast. Frank’s capacity as a financial advisor to his client base of affluent individuals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs and Fortune 1000 companies has provided significant opportunity for RCP and now Atlys Group.
From 2002 until 2006, Franklin was a co-founder a business solution company for residential builders. Within the first three years, Franklin and his partners grew the company into 28 states.
Frank holds a B.A. in Corporate Communications from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Frank has been a proud board member of the New Jersey Builders Association and the National Association of Home Builders. Notably, Frank was the Vice President of the Shore Builders Association when Super-storm Sandy hit the Jersey Shore. Frank coordinated relief efforts as well as strategic planning with local and state governments around the resources of the Association and how best to deploy solutions.
Chief Executive Officer
The selection of Touhey is easy. Listen to this insider, who summed up the view of many: “He’s the best-known banker in the state in the real estate spectrum. He has Fannie experience, and he understands economics better than anyone in the industry. And he speaks at more conferences. If you’ve got to pick a banker, and things are getting tighter, he’s your guy.” Enough said.
NJBIZ - 2016 Real Estate Report - Power 75
Tim joined Atlys Global Finance as the Chief Executive Officer in October of 2018.
Prior to joining Atlys Global Finance, Tim was a Team Leader for Commercial Real Estate Lending at Investors Bank. Tim began in April 2013, and Tim was responsible for expanding the new unit of the Bank’s Commercial Real Estate Finance Group, located in Robbinsville, New Jersey. Tim led a team of lending officers who provide financing to real estate organizations, developers and businesses in southern and central New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. His team has closed over $3 billion since he joined Investors Bank.
Tim brings a broad expertise in financial services, construction, housing and urban development, government affairs, and relationship building across many industry sectors. During his career in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, Tim has advised and served several of New Jersey’s Governors, including Chris Christie, Jon Corzine, Richard Codey, and Christine Todd Whitman.
From November 2007 to March 2013, Tim was the CEO of New Jersey Builders Association where he developed a comprehensive strategy to assist New Jersey’s home building industry during a prolonged downturn in construction activity. These efforts earned him a place on NJBIZ’s “Power 100,” the publication’s annual ranking of NJ’s 100 most influential people in business, as well as its “Power 50” People in Real Estate, and most recently its “Power 75.”
Before heading NJBA, Tim served eight years as the Lead Director of the Fannie Mae Northeast Community Business Center in New Brunswick, NJ.
Tim received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and his Master's Degree in Policy/Administration from Rutgers University.