Since co-founding Karlin Real Estate in 2008, Matthew Schwab has overseen $40 million in opportunistic acquisitions in office, multi-family, and residential assets, and the purchases of the associated, secured debt. Using his experience from over $600 million in career acquisitions, Mr. Schwab has aggressively built KRE's presence in the real estate and restructuring investment community.
Mr. Schwab has moderated and served on a number of panels, including the Distressed Investing 2008 Annual Conference in New York City and the Lido Family Office Wealth Conference. Currently, he sits on the Board of Advisors for the Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Anderson School of Business at UCLA, the board of the Association for Corporate Growth, and is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and the Turnaround Manager's Association.
Mr. Schwab is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara (B.S. in Economics), the Anderson School at UCLA (M.B.A.), and is a licensed California Real Estate Broker.