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An experienced investment team that brings invaluable knowledge and a high level of expertise to every partnership


Carrie Hiebeler

Carrie is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Greene Park Capital and Founder of Greene Park Capital Europe. For eight years, she was a part of the Ventas senior leadership team responsible for strategic and alternative investments including international expansion, US hospital investments, select healthcare debt investments, and US Academic Medical Centers (labs and medical real estate). Carrie was responsible for Ventas’s entry into the UK care home and hospital market. She also was responsible for Ventas’s inaugural entry into the US acute care hospital market with the OpCo / PropCo investment of Ardent Healthcare.


Carrie has spent the majority of her career completing $115B-plus worth of transactions primarily in healthcare real estate and healthcare corporates. Prior to joining Ventas in 2012, she spent seven years in roles of increasing responsibility with Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Investment Banking Division, most recently as a director of mergers, acquisitions, and debt/equity capital markets transactions. She started her career at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette in global equity research covering major multinational consumer product corporations including Estée Lauder, Procter & Gamble, and Unilever.

Carrie's focus has been on Europe, US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, and Australian healthcare markets. While at Ventas, in international markets alone, she generated a $70B+ pipeline within eight years. Carrie's existing Rolodex of contacts in each of these markets will create immediate and high-quality investment opportunities. 

Carrie received her MBA from the Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania) with a double major in Healthcare Management and Finance and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University. Carrie was also a Division 1 athlete while at Northwestern. Currently Carrie serves on the Board of Directors for Wharton's Healthcare Management Program.


Jordyn Berger

Jordyn Berger is Partner and Head of Greene Park Capital’s Seniors Housing Platform. With over 15 years of experience in real estate, including a decade dedicated to seniors housing and healthcare, Jordyn has established herself as a leading figure in the industry. In her role at Greene Park Capital, she leads the firm's strategic initiatives in seniors housing investments, including sourcing and originating opportunities, conducting underwriting and due diligence, and managing transaction structuring, negotiation, and execution.

Before joining Greene Park Capital, Jordyn excelled in various transactional roles at Doyenne Healthcare Capital and Walker & Dunlop. At Walker & Dunlop, she served as a Senior Director on the Seniors Housing Investment Sales team, where she advised buyers, sellers, and investors on the sale, disposition, and marketing of seniors housing properties nationwide. Her focus included age-restricted multifamily (active adult), independent living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing facilities. She also maintained relationships with an extensive network of capital sources such as balance sheet lenders, insurance companies, private funds, agency debt, and the company’s bridge lending program. Since 2007, Jordyn has originated over $15 billion in commercial real estate debt and has facilitated the sale of $10 billion in transactions nationwide.

Before joining Walker & Dunlop, Jordyn worked as a Director of Institutional Property Advisors’ (IPA) Seniors Housing group, where she played a crucial role in establishing the seniors housing capital markets practice. She structured joint ventures between experienced operators and institutional partners, and facilitated permanent debt, acquisition, and construction financing.

Her career path includes tenure as Director of Acquisitions for Enlivant, a private equity-backed assisted living owner-operator, and Ventas Inc., a leading real estate investment trust with a portfolio of 1,300 seniors housing and healthcare properties across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. At Ventas, she focused on value-add and stabilized healthcare assets, spearheading over $1 billion in new acquisitions across 75 assets and completing the firm’s first international transaction in the United Kingdom.

Jordyn’s passion for healthcare real estate began early in her career following her graduation from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance. Her professional journey has included working with esteemed real estate firms such as JP Morgan Chase, JLL and other commercial mortgage brokers, where she gained valuable experience with both private and public companies. This diverse background has given her a unique perspective on the industry and honed her ability to navigate complex transactions with finesse.

Jordyn remains an active member of the American Seniors Housing Association’s Rising Leaders, showcasing her commitment to the industry's growth and development. Through her expertise, dedication, and vision, Jordyn Berger continues to drive growth and change in seniors housing real estate


Tom Hoppe

Tom Hoppe has advised and executed on over $225 billion of transactions during a 15-year M&A career.  Most recently he was a senior director at investment banking advisory firm Gleacher Shacklock, where he focused on deals in UK and European healthcare services.  Prior to that he spent he spent a decade at leading independent investment banking advisory firm Centerview Partners in both New York and London, advising on mergers and acquisition for clients across healthcare, life sciences and other sectors, including large global healthcare real estate investment trusts.


Robert Hiebeler

Bob advises Greene Park on the implementation of leading infrastructure capabilities in the areas of finance and accounting, IT, HR, legal, insurance, learning and development and outsourcing. These are all designed to help support Greene Park’s growth strategy.


Bob enjoyed a 30-plus year career at Arthur Andersen. He began as an auditor and eventually held partner leadership roles for real estate, construction, healthcare and insurance clients. He later held senior leadership positions for Andersen, including personally leading four worldwide change initiatives in Global Best Practices, Cost and Productivity Management, Knowledge Sharing and Client Relationship Development.


In 2002, Bob co-founded the St Charles Consulting Group, a national leadership and learning development company with a primary focus on helping companies execute key learning and development strategies. He has led the design and development of numerous solutions, including organization-wide innovation, process design and knowledge sharing. This included areas such as: new product development, supply chain, finance, human resources, customer service and key customer account management. He also has coached client Six Sigma teams in design and implementation of comprehensive process simplification methodologies and training.


Recently, he has also advised large organizations on strategic change initiatives resulting from digital transformation and the global pandemic.



Ben Jones

Ben Jones has over 25 years of experience in European and Australian markets and a long track record of developing and growing innovative real estate funds that deliver market-leading performance. For 13 years he worked in London with M&G Investments as Head of Real Estate Long Income, managing £8.5 billion of assets, including the M&G Secured Property Income Fund, which under his leadership had assets of £4.5 billion and a 10-year un-geared annualized return of 9 percent  p.a. net of fees at the end of 2019. He has a deep understanding of real estate through direct investment of over £5 billion across multiple countries, with significant experience in underwriting operational assets such as healthcare, hotels, leisure and student accommodation.

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Wesley Layug

Wesley Layug is responsible for supporting the firm’s investment pipeline, including sourcing, underwriting, due diligence, and negotiation of transactions. He joins Greene Park Capital Europe after five years at Ventas, Inc., where he was responsible for executing over $10 billion of debt and equity investments covering the continuum of care, which includes the senior living, medical office, and life science sectors across the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom.



T. Richard (Rick) Riney

Rick has had a distinguished career most recently serving 20 years as Ventas’s Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer, General Counsel and Ethics and Compliance Officer before his retirement in March 2020.


During his tenure at Ventas, Rick led all Ventas corporate M&A transactions, growing the company from $200M in value to over $40B. Select REIT M&A transactions included NHP, Cogdell Spencer and HCT as well as multiple large, medium and small real estate asset purchases. Rick spearheaded Ventas’s entry into the Canadian independent living market with the C$2.5B Le Groupe Maurice purchase and led the multibillion-dollar nursing home spin-off in 2017, the $3B-plus purchase of Atria Senior Living real estate and subsequent interest in its manager and Lillibridge, Ventas’s medical office building platform. Rick also led the legal work of Ventas’s purchase of Wexford’s real estate as well as structuring its development agreement for all research and innovation buildings. With Rick’s legal expertise, Ventas grew from just a few assets to over 1,200 assets in three countries. Rick also oversaw all corporate equity and debt financings for Ventas.


Rick serves on the University of Louisville Healthcare Board of Directors and the Centre College Board of Trustees. He is admitted to the bar in Kentucky and is a member of NAREIT. He received his undergraduate degree from Centre College and his J.D. from the University of Kentucky College of Law.



Thomas R (TR) Riney, Jr.

TR Riney has substantial experience performing an array of diligence and closing-related duties for complex real estate transactions across all sectors and asset types, including underwriting, diligence, capital and operational modeling.  As a manager at WhyHotel, a hospitality/real estate startup based out of Washington, DC, he supported the president and CEO in multiple functions including underwriting, finance, lease analysis and operational design, and developed, scaled and managed a team to open multiple US locations for the WhyHotel pop-up hotel model. Earlier in his career, he worked for the US Navy as a Project Manager/Engineer where he managed aeronautical defense projects for the US Navy on behalf of NAVAIR.



Hugh Risebrow


Hugh Risebrow is CEO of Larchmore Associates, a consultancy that supports both public and private sector healthcare organizations to develop and implement strategy and to create partnerships. Previously he served in senior positions at Synlab UK, Guy's & St. Thomas, Interhealth Canada, United Health Europe, BUPA Dental, Bain & Co, and Kalchas.

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