John Carrick's extensive experience as an attorney and investment banker, combined with specific knowledge of real estate and capital markets, affords him a powerful and macroscopic perspective. Whether the issue is law or business-related, concerns debt or equity finance, or implicates commercial or residential asset classes, John has functioned at the highest level in a variety of legal, real estate and/or finance-related capacities to execute transactions totaling more than $75 billion.
Mr. Carrick started his professional career as a structured finance attorney in the private sector and as counsel for the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC). He subsequently migrated to the investment banking practice at Nomura Asset Capital, where he focused on debt origination, securitization and asset management before transitioning to Anderson Global Corporate Finance, Savills Studley, Cohen Financial and Newmark Knight Grubb Frank (NGKF) in order to advise clients with respect to both equity and debt capital formation on a project, portfolio or entity basis.
Mr. Carrick received a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from Bucknell University and a Juris Doctorate from The Columbus School of Law at Catholic University of America. After practicing law for five years, John continued his education at UC Berkeley where he earned a Masters of Business Administration at the Haas Graduate School of Business and was awarded the prestigious Marshall Bennett Real Estate Fellowship.