Greg Carey

Greg Carey

Managing Director at JPB Partners LLC

Location:
8820 Columbia 100 Pkwy Ste 400, Columbia, Maryland, United States
HQ Phone:
(410) 884-1960

General Information

Experience

Partner  - JPBE

Division President  - W.R. Grace & Co.

Education

Bachelor of Arts degree  - Political Science , Trinity College

Master of Business Administration  - New York University Graduate School of Business

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Greg Carey
Greg Carey BIO Managing Director, JPB Capital Partners greg.carey@jpbpartners.com Mr. Carey joined JPB Partners in 1998 and is a Managing Director for JPB Capital Partners II. He brings experience in mergers, acquisitions and senior operations management to the company. Since joining JPB Partners, Mr. Carey has participated in and led more than 35 financial advisory assignments with an aggregate value of over $1 billion and more than ten strategic-growth consulting assignments for lower-middle market companies in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S. Prior to joining JPB Partners, Mr. Carey was a Director of Mergers and Acquisitions for Townsend, Inc., a privately owned processor of prepared foods. Prior to Townsend, he served in various capacities with W.R. Grace & Co., including President of Grace Culinary Systems, and President of American Café Restaurants. Mr. Carey was also actively involved in a broad range of acquisitions and divestitures at W.R. Grace as a Senior Assistant to the Chairman. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Trinity College and a Master of Business Administration from the New York University Graduate School of Business.

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Greg Carey
Greg Carey BIO Managing Director, JPB Capital Partners greg.carey@jpbpartners.com Mr. Carey joined JPB Partners in 1998 and is a Managing Director for JPB Capital Partners II. He brings experience in mergers, acquisitions and senior operations management to the company. Since joining JPB Partners, Mr. Carey has participated in and led more than 35 financial advisory assignments with an aggregate value of over $1 billion and more than ten strategic-growth consulting assignments for lower-middle market companies in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S. Prior to joining JPB Partners, Mr. Carey was a Director of Mergers and Acquisitions for Townsend, Inc., a privately owned processor of prepared foods. Prior to Townsend, he served in various capacities with W.R. Grace & Co., including President of Grace Culinary Systems, and President of American Café Restaurants. Mr. Carey was also actively involved in a broad range of acquisitions and divestitures at W.R. Grace as a Senior Assistant to the Chairman. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Trinity College and a Master of Business Administration from the New York University Graduate School of Business.

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Greg Carey
Greg Carey BIO Managing Director, JPB Capital Partners greg.carey@jpbpartners.com Mr. Carey joined JPB Partners in 1998 and is a Managing Director for JPB Capital Partners II. He brings experience in mergers, acquisitions and senior operations management to the company. Since joining JPB Partners, Mr. Carey has participated in and led more than 35 financial advisory assignments with an aggregate value of over $1 billion and more than ten strategic-growth consulting assignments for lower-middle market companies in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern U.S. Prior to joining JPB Partners, Mr. Carey was a Director of Mergers and Acquisitions for Townsend, Inc., a privately owned processor of prepared foods. Prior to Townsend, he served in various capacities with W.R. Grace & Co., including President of Grace Culinary Systems, and President of American Café Restaurants. Mr. Carey was also actively involved in a broad range of acquisitions and divestitures at W.R. Grace as a Senior Assistant to the Chairman. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Trinity College and a Master of Business Administration from the New York University Graduate School of Business.

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