A financial professional with 15 years of experience, Ted Ulan owns First Kansas Financial. The Emporia, Kansas, firm identifies opportunities such as loan pools and other debt-related agreements with banks and lenders to build real estate and other secondary investment assets. Ted Ulan also monitors market conditions and other factors to ensure growth of organizational investments.

His expertise in the financial industry and his proven track record of success in real estate give Ted Ulan unique instincts in choosing mortgage loans, properties, and other investments. As a secondary market consultant, Ulan analyzes existing loans and capitalization efforts and purchases them from their original owners. In some cases, the initial issuer of the debt hedges its bets in favor of immediate profits rather than long-term risk by selling loans or loan pools.

Prior to founding First Kansas Financial, Ted Ulan provided prospecting and negotiation services for the National Bank of Kansas City in Overland Park. He cultivated trusted partner relationships between the bank and other financial institutions and hedge funds. In this capacity, Ulan focused on development of connections with key personnel and high-level executives. A skilled consultant, he guided clients in the creation of strategies and initiatives that helped them realize their business objectives.

A graduate of Bloomfield College in Bloomfield, New Jersey, Ted Ulan earned a Bachelor of Arts with summa cum laude honors. While in college, he garnered recognitions as a member of Alpha Chi National College Honor Society, an Academic All-American, and a scholarship athlete in soccer. Today, Ted Ulan remains a scholar of business and politics, staying up-to-date on the latest news, methodologies, and trends. He also coaches his daughters’ soccer teams and is an active member of Emporia Main Street.


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