Managing Partner, Hodes Weill & Associates
Doug Weill is a Managing Partner of Hodes Weill & Associates. Previously, Doug Weill was a Managing Director of Credit Suisse, based in New York. Mr. Weill joined Credit Suisse First Boston in November 2000 when the firm merged with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (DLJ). Mr. Weill co-founded Credit Suisse's Real Estate Private Fund Group (REPFG) in 2000 at DLJ. From 2000 through February 2009, Mr. Weill co-led the business, with the responsibility for the strategic oversight and management of REPFG. In early 2008, Mr. Weill assumed the additional responsibility of co-managing Credit Suisse's Real Estate Investments Group (REIG), which includes the firm's real estate investment businesses within the Alternative Investment Group. As of March 2009, REIG had over 250 professionals and approximately $37 billion of assets under management in a range of core, opportunistic and securities (long and hedged) funds and separate accounts and a newly formed Customized Fund of Funds business. Mr. Weill joined DLJ in 1997 from Paine Webber Incorporated where he was a Vice President in the Real Estate Investment Banking Group. Prior to this, he was with Kidder, Peabody & Co., which Paine Webber acquired in 1995. Prior to joining Kidder Peabody, Mr. Weill was with Kenneth Leventhal & Co., where he was a Senior Real Estate Consultant for five years. During this time, he specialized in portfolio valuations, refinancings, business and strategic planning, workouts and bankruptcies. Mr. Weill received a BS from Cornell University. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Corporation for Supportive Housing.