Rance Gregory

Chief Executive Officer

4949 Meadows Road, Suite 490
Lake Oswego, OR  97035

Career Summary

Rance Gregory, CEO of Norris, Beggs & Simpson Companies, is also the founder and CEO of Morrison Street Capital. His transaction experience includes the acquisition, development, and asset management of commercial real estate investments throughout the United States and Japan. Prior to founding Morrison Street Capital, Rance was a Vice President for Wall Street firms Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and, subsequent to the merger, Credit Suisse First Boston, where he served as a Los Angeles-based principal of DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners.

Rance began his career as an investment analyst in Washington, DC with LaSalle Partners (LaSalle Investment Management), working as a real estate investment analyst responsible for underwriting office, parking and retail assets in the Mid-Atlantic region on behalf of corporate clients and tax-exempt pension funds.

As CEO of Norris, Beggs & Simpson Companies, Rance is responsible for strategic direction, growth initiatives, and financial oversight of the company’s three operating divisions.

His experience includes numerous complex transactions involving mezzanine debt, preferred equity, commercial mortgage backed securities, and direct investments in operating companies. Since founding Morrison Street Capital in 2002, his firm has targeted inefficiencies in commercial real estate markets by investing in public debt, private equity and private debt on behalf of pension plans, foundations, endowments, corporations and high net worth individuals and families.

Rance received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Stanford University. He and his wife and two boys reside in Oregon and are active in their community.


Professional Affiliations

  • Pension Real Estate Association (PREA)
  • Oregon Forum (a group of business professionals involved in public affairs and community issues facing Oregon) – Past President
  • Social Venture Partners Portland – Board Member, three terms between 2005-2015