Clark B Briner
Clark Briner is the founder and principal of Revere Capital, focusing on the sourcing, structuring and underwriting of investments. He started his real estate career in 1997 when he made his first multifamily real estate investment. He then served as a director in the real estate group at MacFarlan Partners, an institutional private equity real estate firm, before becoming a senior investment banker at Deutsche Bank in New York City. While on the private equity real estate team and the new business underwriting committee, Briner participated in real estate mergers and acquisitions, workout and restructuring assignments, traditional public market capitalizations and executions of investment banking.
Prior to his real estate career, Briner served in several political positions on both the state and federal level, including a presidential appointment as chief of staff to the ambassador of Saudi Arabia.
Briner received a B.S. degree (with honors) from Texas Tech University in 1995, followed by an MBA in Finance from Southern Methodist University.