The NGP Group business strategy is to acquire, develop and manage real estate properties leased primarily to federal, state and local governmental entities located throughout the United States.
Over the past 30 years, the NGP Group has successfully executed various real estate investment platforms. Investors have included Sovereign Wealth Funds, US and International Institutions, Family Offices and High Net Worth Individuals
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
The NGP Group (NGP) has a long track record of providing investors with unique real estate investment opportunities delivering attractive risk-adjusted returns to qualified investors.
NGP has successfully executed government leased real estate investment funds totaling more than:
16.0 Million Square Feet
$4.0 Billion Acquisition Value
Capitalizing on the experience attainted over the past 20 years allows NGP to add additional value to investments through its in-house asset and property management teams.
DAVID D. KENT
Mr. Kent, CPA, has over 35 years of commercial real estate experience in mortgage banking, leasing, property management and financial reporting. Mr. Kent has been with NGP Group since 2004 and has served as a Managing Partner and a Member of the Board of Directors since 2013. Prior to NGP, Mr. Kent served as Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer of BNY Asset Solutions, an asset management business and a subsidiary of the Bank of New York and Trotter Kent, Inc. Mr. Kent also previously served as Chief Financial Officer of Walker & Dunlop, a commercial real estate company with mortgage banking, leasing and property operations.
Mr. Eldin has over 30 years of experience in international investments and business development in real estate, infrastructure, telecommunications and industrials. Mr. Eldin was one of the founding Principals of the NGP Group and currently serves as a Managing Partner and the Chairman of the Board of Directors. Mr. Eldin is also the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of TriCap Investments, a diversified principal investment group. In the past 15 years TriCap has structured, participated in and managed a global portfolio of investments exceeding $6 billion in real estate, power, infrastructure and industry. Prior to NGP and TriCap, Mr. Eldin served in roles at the Artoc Group, a leading multinational investment and trading firm with offices in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East, and the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Near East Affairs.
Mr. Ashary, a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants England & Wales, has more than 40 years of professional experience in the fields of finance, management and investments with large multinationals and Middle Eastern groups. Mr. Ashary has managed investment portfolios with several billion dollars of assets under management across all major assets classes, including real estate, aviation, mining and resources, energy, and power generation, and with multi-country exposure in public equities. Mr. Ashary has significant experience in real estate development, acquisition and management of real estate assets in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East and managing real estate funds in the U.S. Mr. Ashary sits on the board of directors of several funds and private and public companies in various countries.
DAVID L. BIBB
Executive Vice President
Mr. Bibb has more than 40 years of experience in government leased real estate. Prior to joining NGP, Mr. Bibb held various senior level positions at the US General Services Administration (GSA), including being appointed as the Acting Administrator by the sitting President of the United States on multiple occasions. Mr. Bibb’s other roles at GSA included serving as Deputy Administrator, the top career position and one of the two key operational executive positions at GSA. Prior to being named Deputy Administrator, Mr. Bibb served several senior roles in GSA’s Office of Government-wide Policy (“OGP”) and at the Public Buildings Service (“PBS”) including serving as PBS’ Chief Operating Officer and Deputy Commissioner, the top career position at the PBS. Mr. Bibb is a recipient of the Presidential Rank Award of Distinguished Executive (the highest honor that can be given to a member of the federal Senior Executive Service), a two-time recipient of the Presidential Rank Award of Meritorious Executive, and two-time recipient of GSA Administrator’s Distinguished Service Award, GSA’s highest honor.
Senior Vice President
Mr. Phillips has over 26 years of commercial real estate experience in acquisitions, underwriting and property management and participated in more than $4.3 billion in acquisitions for several government leased real estate funds including NGP II, NGP III, NGP V and NGP VI. Prior to his involvement with NGP, Mr. Phillips was a real estate consultant and associate appraiser with international experience in real estate project finance and development.
Ms. Cowan has over 30 years of real estate experience in research, development, leasing and finance. Ms. Cowan is responsible for sourcing potential acquisitions including developing and maintaining the acquisition pipeline for NGP. In addition, Ms. Cowan manages the GSA leasing process, working closely with GSA contracting officers and other government leasing officials. Prior to NGP, Ms. Cowan was the founder, owner and manager of a real estate consulting firm specializing in marketing, research and development-related services with nine years of experience in project development and finance in commercial real estate.
Mr. Wilburn, MBA, has over 18 years of commercial real estate experience in acquisitions, dispositions, financing and property management. For NGP’s Funds, Mr. Wilburn has participated in the underwriting of more than $3 billion of government-occupied property acquisitions.
Mr. Kosh has 5 years of commercial real estate experience in acquisitions, underwriting and management. Mr. Kosh participated in underwriting $330 million in acquisitions for NGP Funds.
Mr. Fefe has 20 years of commercial real estate experience in audit, acquisitions, banking, leasing, property management and financial reporting. Currently, Mr. Fefe manages the finance functions for NGP Funds. Prior to joining NGP, Mr. Fefe served as senior controller for a portfolio of 65 commercial real estate properties.
Ms. Ali has more than 15 years of commercial real estate experience in property management and acquisitions. Ms. Ali currently serves as controller for the Firm’s Funds and corporate entities. Prior to joining NGP, Ms. Ali was a controller for a portfolio of 35 commercial real estate entities containing 1.9 million square feet and 290 tenants.
Ms. Willis has more than 11 years of commercial real estate experience in tax and audit. Ms. Willis currently serves as controller for NGP Funds.
Director of Asset Management
Mr. Griffin has more than 27 years of commercial real estate experience in property and construction project management. Currently, Mr. Griffin is part of the new acquisitions due diligence team and manages capital and leasing related projects for NGP’s Funds.
Director of Property Management
Ms. Waldron has over 25 years of experience in property management, leasing, construction management, asset acquisition and disposition. Her department oversees the management of 5.9 million RSF in 78 properties.
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