Title: Partner, Mayer Brown LLP, an international law firm that is one of the 15th largest in the world. Mr. Kravitt founded Mayer Brown’s securitization practice, which specializes in pooling various types of contractual debt, such as residential mortgages, commercial mortgages, auto loans, credit card debt obligations, or other non-debt assets which generate receivables, and selling their related cash flows to third party investors as securities. He has helped clients of the firm create some of the most significant securitization products used in the capital markets today. Recognized as among the world’s pre-eminent securitization attorneys, he also was co-chair of Mayer Brown from 1998 to 2001.
Education: The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, B.A.; Harvard Law School, J.D.; Cambridge University, United Kingdom, Diploma in Comparative Law (Dipl. Comp. Law).
Other Outside Activities
Mr. Kravitt is an adjunct professor of law at Northwestern University’s School of Law, as well as an adjunct professor of finance in Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and an adjunct professor of law in New York University’s School of Law. He was editor of and a contributing author to the two-volume book, Securitization of Financial Assets, generally considered the seminal treatise in the industry, and serves on the advisory boards of such publications as The Financier, The Securitization Conduit, and American Securitization.
Position with the Cameron Kravitt Foundation: Co-founder; Chairman