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CWG Capital Management LLC
CWG Capital Management, LLC, is a real estate investment firm recently founded by real estate industry veterans to capitalize on our experience in the distressed real estate/debt markets.
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Keith Greengrove has been ...
Keith Greengrove has been actively involved in the real estate industry as a principal investor, asset manager and advisor over a 30-year career and is currently a principal of CWG Capital.
Having experienced three historical financial cycles, he has had the opportunity to hold diverse positions such as: Managing Director and Head of Asia of Real Estate Private Equity for Lehman Brothers; Senior Vice President overseeing global investments at Oppenheimer; partner, manager and principal in a $2 billion asset management venture sponsored by one of the world's largest macro investment funds, Moore Capital.
He recently assisted in the institutionalization of Deutsche Bank's Special Situations Group and acted as a strategic advisor for potential European M&A opportunities to the investment/special servicing team at CIII Capital Partners.
He has acted as chairman and chief executive in overseas public companies and helped run entrepreneurial concerns abroad and in the United States, as one of the founding principals of Contrarian Capital and currently CWG Capital.
Mr. Greengrove earned his B.S. in Business and Economics from the University of Delaware and did his graduate work in Real Estate at New York University.
Lehman Brothers - Investment Management - Private Equity - Real Estate - Contacts
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But the $3.4 billion LBREP III fund raised at the end of last year is run by bank staff, who want to find a new partner to take Lehman's $780 million stake, said Keith Greengrove, a managing director for private equity at Lehman Brothers (LEHMQ.PK: ).
Another option would be for the fund's managers to try to stump up the money themselves.
"We're the last surviving employees," Hong Kong-based Greengrove
said of the private equity unit.
"The fund will be migrating to new sponsorship," he
But in a sign that deals ...
But in a sign that deals are getting tougher in Japan, Keith Greengrove, a managing director at Lehman Brothers, says his efforts to buy a collection of offices in Tokyo were scuppered last month by arduous loan conditions."There's no property finance available in Japan today, no market for primary or secondary paper," Greengrove told a Hong Kong conference.
"We tried to buy a big class-B portfolio, with good tenants and a good sponsor, but there was only one potential lender," he
Lehman Brothers - Investment Management - Private Equity - Real Estate - Profiles of the Principals
...Keith GreengroveManaging Director, Real Estate Private Equity (Hong Kong)Keith Greengrove is a principal of the Funds and a managing director of the Firm, responsible for the day-to-day management of the Real Estate Private Equity Group's Asian activities and investments.Prior to joining Lehman Brothers in 2005, Mr. Greengrove most recently served as a managing partner of Moore Strategic Venture Partners (MSVP) and president of Millennium Corporation.
As one of the founding partners at MSVP
, Mr. Greengrove
was responsible for underwriting and pricing of secured nonperforming loan portfolios and related real estate assets, as well as overseeing asset recovery functions.Prior to joining MSVP, Mr. Greengrove was a partner at Contrarian Capital, an $800 million distressed investment fund, where, from 1995 to 1999, he was responsible for the origination, pricing and recovery of real estate related assets.Prior to joining Contrarian Capital, Mr. Greengrove worked in various positions for Oppenheimer, J.E. Robert Cos., Merabank, and the Bank of New England.Mr. Greengrove has 26 years of real estate experience, and holds a B.S. from the University of Delaware and a graduate certificate from New York University's real estate program.