Keith Breslauer, MBA ’88
Founder and Managing Director, Patron Capital
Keith Breslauer, ’88, founded Patron Capital in 1999 and is the managing director of Patron Capital Limited, the investment adviser to the Patron Capital Funds (including Patron Capital Captive Fund, Funds I–IV). The total capital under management represents approximately €3.4 billion from leading US and European institutions, endowments, pension funds, and family offices. The Patron Funds primarily focus on investments in companies and assets associated with property and property-related activities. In addition, these companies are typically impaired due to a liquidity event or some degree of distress at the borrower or asset level.
Breslauer is active as a patron of numerous charities, including serving as co-chair of the Chicago Booth Global Advisory Board (EMEA), and sits on the advisory board of the Chicago Booth Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation. He has an MBA from Chicago Booth, a bachelor of science degree from New York University’s Stern School of Business, and is an accomplished alpinist and skier.