The RPC Team
RPC is committed to serving as a commercial real estate development and financial advisor where the client’s best interests come first and foremost during each step of the development and/or financing process. The RPC way is to listen to our clients and make sure we understand their needs to develop unique ideas and value-added strategies. We are open and transparent, entirely collaborative within the firm and with the client, and, perhaps most importantly, we aim to be highly communicative. The client should never be left to wonder what is going on with their deal. We help you to execute transactions timely, efficiently and cost effectively. Read on to learn more about the RPC Team.
David StubbsManaging Partner
Brenner GreenManaging Partner
Brenner Green is the founder of Real Property Capital, Inc. He brings a very broad background in commercial real estate finance to RPC United Advisors. Mr. Green has over twenty years of experience in all aspects of the mortgage banking industry from correspondent lending to private equity syndication. During his career he has personally closed over $2 billion of debt and equity transactions with highly varied capital sources. Prior to forming Real Property Capital Mr. Green was a partner with a National mortgage banking firm and a co-founder of the Philadelphia office. Mr. Green was also a founder and general partner in two private equity funds that controlled around $200 million in private real estate assets. Mr. Green was the top producer in 2008 and 2009 and consistently one of the top producers for the firm nationwide. Mr. Green has served as correspondent for various life insurance companies and banks. He also has appraisal experience and holds the degree of BA International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania.
Jeffrey Montague is the former Associate Vice Dean of Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) and has over 25 years of administrative experience in higher education. Mr. Montague was a professor of the Senior Professional Development Seminar course for STHM as well, which was the cornerstone for Temple University’s student seniors seeking career/real world advice on how to manage a changing work force. Mr. Montague is now the Director of Temple’s STHM Alumni Engagement. He also has a professional background in helping clients set goals and objectives for themselves, perfecting the necessary skills for their careers, and providing consulting in hotel ownership and investment. He brings RPC vast experience in hospitality and higher education with the contacts that allow for creating business growth.
Thomas Elzey has more than 35 years of senior administrative and financial management experience. Mr. Elzey formerly served as President of South Carolina State University. Previously, he held the role of Executive Vice President for Finance, Administration and Operations at The Citadel in Charleston, SC. At Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, he was Senior Vice President for Finance, CFO & Treasurer. As Senior Vice President & CFO at Howard University in Washington, DC, he supervised all financial, treasury, and auxiliary enterprise functions of the university and its hospital, as well as capital planning and projects implementation. His other positions have included Deputy Executive Director for Finance for the Thrift Depositor Protection Oversight Board and the Resolution Trust Corporation in Washington, D.C.; Vice President at Perry Investments in Saratoga, Calif.; General Manager and CEO for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission; Budget Director in the Chicago Office of Budget Management; Assistant General Superintendent and COO for the Chicago Park District; Senior Policy Analyst for the federal Office of Management and Budget; and Senior Analyst for the Congressional Budget Office. He served as council member for the National Association of College and University Business Officers and as a board member for the Charleston Regional Development Alliance, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, and the Orangeburg Chamber of Commerce. Elzey currently serves as a member of Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College Dean’s Advisory Council and as Treasurer for the Leatherback Trust Foundation. Throughout his career, Mr. Elzey has gained a reputation as a dynamic change agent and national leader in the industry of higher education, bringing an impressive record of fiscal responsibility. As a Securities and Exchange Commission and Municipal Securities Regulatory Board registered (Series 50) Municipal Financial Advisor, Mr. Elzey brings a wealth of experience to RPC in providing debt issuance advice, underwriter selection advice, rating analysis, and preparation and selection of bond counsel.
Wayne M. KingPartner
William A. Carter, III
Director of Construction
William Carter has extensive experience in commercial and residential construction throughout the Mid-Atlantic which he brings to RPC United Advisors. Mr. Carter previously served as the Southern NJ Area Manager for the Gilbane Building Company. He has been responsible for scheduling, budgeting, internal profit and loss, business development, and personnel management on projects ranging in value from $10 to $300 million dollars. Mr. Carter has held a number of positions in the construction industry. Some notable projects where he served as the executive in charge include but are not limited to: the Jersey City Medical Center in Jersey City New Jersey; the Dilworth Plaza Renovation at City Hall in Philadelphia; the renovation of the Reading Terminal Market and the Train Shed portion of the Pennsylvania Convention Center; Philadelphia International Airport Terminal F, Philadelphia International Airport Terminal D / E Expansion; Aloft Hotel in center city Philadelphia; the School District of Philadelphia School Capital Improvement Program including the Microsoft School of the Future in West Philadelphia; and the Temple University Multi-Purpose Health Sciences Building in North Philadelphia. In 2005, Mr. Carter was recipient of the Gilbane Regional Builder of the Year Award for his work and leadership on the Jersey City Medical Center project.
Daniel DeanSenior Advisor
Daniel Dean is a real estate finance, corporate finance, and capital formation executive with 30+ years of applicable experience. A former managing partner of United Enterprise Fund, he was a private equity pioneer in the franchised restaurant industry partnering with minority operators in largely urban locations. Earlier in his career, he served as an executive with PepsiCo, where he helped develop and implement the repositioning and asset optimization strategies of multiple divisions. He has been the President of Stonehenge Capital Partners for 25+ years, where he provides advisory services on corporate and commercial real estate matters both operationally and financially. He is a managing director at Real Property Capital, Inc and is an advisor and management consultant to the chairman and CEO of a multi-billion-dollar fixed income asset manager, that is minority and veteran owned, in the latter instance having assisted in the successful launch of a private non-traded mortgage REIT. Dan is also an Operating Partner in the Parkway US Land Carry Fund I, LP, which acquires surface parking lots nationally and operates them while positioning them for higher and better use. He received his BA from Columbia and his MBA from Wharton. He currently serves on the Boards of Directors of Northwestern Engineering Company and Federation Housing.