Gregory Gleason has joined Corigin Holdings, a real estate investment and private equity firm, as director of finance, the company announced. Gleason had previously been at Credit Suisse Private Equity.
Gregory Gleason, CFA, has joined Corigin Holdings (www.corigin.com), a real estate investment and private equity company, as director of finance, announced Edward Baquero, president of Corigin Real Estate Group.
Gleason joined Corigin from Credit Suisse Private Equity, where he was an executive with DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners, responsible for underwriting acquisitions, sourcing deals and conducting due diligence, as well as portfolio management and fund-raising. At Credit Suisse, he participated in global opportunistic real estate acquisitions totaling more than $400 million of invested equity.
Previously, Gleason served with the special asset management group of Deutsche Bank Berkshire Mortgage. His responsibilities included management of distressed commercial real estate loans, acquisition and disposition of REO assets, and execution of workouts. He began his career with Berkshire Mortgage Finance, later acquired by Deutsche Bank.
“Greg brings to Corigin a comprehensive background in real estate finance and extensive transactional experience. His involvement will be invaluable to us as we pursue new opportunities,” Baquero said.
Gleason earned his B.A. degree at Emory University and is a CFA charter holder.
Corigin has two core divisions, Corigin Real Estate Group, a vertically-integrated builder, owner and operator, and Corigin Private Equity Group, which specializes in diversified private equity investments.