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From 1984 to 1996, Mr. Keith was the Vice Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of The Prudential Insurance Company of America, supervising the company's global investment activities comprising roughly $250 billion at year end 1995. Between 1977 and 1984, Mr. Keith supervised Prudential's Corporate Finance and Pension Asset Management activities. As Chief Investment Officer, Mr. Keith was responsible for Prudential's investment operations in nine foreign countries. 

Prior to joining Prudential, Mr. Keith lived in Columbus, Indiana, where he was Vice President and General Manager of Irwin Management Company, a private asset management company. In addition to managing assets for family clients, Irwin managed a partnership funded by a small number of European financial institutions.

Mr. Keith is a Trustee of The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, a philanthropic endowment, where he serves as the Chairman of the Finance Committee, overseeing its investment programs.  He is also Chairman of Whitecap Capital Company, a private investment company (CAPCO), which invests capital from insurance companies in privately held businesses and serves on the Board of AEA Investors, a private equity investment company. 

In addition, Mr. Keith serves on the Board of Philippe Investment Management, an institutional money manager located in Paris and New York.  He is an investment committee member for two family offices:  Grace Financial Ltd. (Hong Kong) and Fung Investments (Hong Kong). He is also a director of Fung Brands Ltd., a private company which buys heritage brands in Europe for franchising in Asia.  

At SeaBridge, Mr. Keith is Chairman and CEO and portfolio manager for various investment styles.  Mr. Keith holds Chartered Financial Analyst and Chartered Financial Consultant designations. He is a graduate of Georgia Tech and was inducted into the Georgia Tech Engineering Hall of Fame in 1997. Mr. Keith received an MBA, with distinction, from Harvard Business School. 

Contact Mr. Keith at glk@seabridge.com

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