An investment professional for over 10 years, Gabe Weinert began his career as an Acquisitions Associate for Heitman Capital Management. He gained experience conducting financial analyses, market research, and transaction documentation. During his tenure with Heitman, Gabe Weinert underwrote $500 million of real estate investments in the United States and Europe, oversaw portfolio performance, and reviewed investments.
In 2000, Mr. Weinert joined UBS Warburg as a Derivatives Trader in Houston. He supported and assisted senior portfolio managers by performing fundamental cash flow analysis and providing transaction recommendations, as well as facilitating equity derivative positions for real estate investment trusts (REITS). In 2004 and 2005, Mr. Weinert functioned as a Summer Associate for JP Morgan Investment Bank. He contributed to the structuring of CMBS financings, mezzanine financings, and corporate restructurings for prominent commercial property types.
In 2005, Gabe Weinert joined TVP Asset, Inc., a Lehman Brothers affiliate, as an Acquisitions and Asset Manager. Mr. Weinert handled the underwriting, due diligence, and asset management of over $300 million of joint venture private equity investments. He served as the primary contributor to deals for Mammoth Crossing, Spring Mountain Ranch, and Warner Center. For two years, he developed cash flow models, wrote investment committee reports, executed capital calls, and directed strategy changes. From 2007 to 2009, Mr. Weinert served as Risk Manager for Emigrant Realty Finance, where he managed a $600 million portfolio of real estate debt investments.
At present, Gabe Weinert operates as the Senior Vice President and manager of the west coast office of The Carlton Group, Ltd, a New-York based investment and advisory firm. He manages the structuring and development of over $200 million in private equity acquisitions. Most of the projects and transactions he handles focus on the real estate and alternative energy industries. Gabe Weinert has executed over $500 million in residential and commercial mortgage-backed security sales and closed the $240 million transaction for the development of one of the tallest residential buildings on the west coast, the Rincon Tower.
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