Gary Guion joined Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, LP, where, as an associate, he secured equity financing for real estate entities. His responsibilities included cultivating relationships with lenders and private capital funds, assessing the viability and valuation of projects, projecting returns, and securing funding. During his two years with the firm, Gary Guion analyzed more than $3 billion in potential transactions in Mexico and the United States. Overall, he took part in closing deals totaling upwards of $750 million.
Gary Guion was part of the team that turned around an under-performing extranet at DaimlerChrysler. By implementing accountability standards and setting higher expectations, they cut costs by 7 percent over a two-year period. Similarly, while consulting for American Airlines, he and others instituted a provisioning system that lowered the airline’s employee-related expenditures.Today, Gary Guion leverages his experience as the president of a Dallas based real estate private equity firm
Among their projects, they worked for a partnership lining up financing to acquire 4,200 multifamily units. At the same time, the group operates a construction arm that has generated a combined $75 million in revenue in the last eight years. Gary Guion’s ten-year track record in real estate began when he joined PriceWaterhouseCoopers, LLP. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, he relocated to Boston for a post in the company’s Global Risk Management Solutions group. For the next two years, Gary Guion played a role in negotiating contracts, launching new products, and forging relationships with important clients and key accounts.
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