Mr. Kraybill is Managing Director of Impact Investment Exchange Asia, a Singapore-based company which has created the world’s first social stock exchange and other platforms to raise investment capital for social enterprises in Asia. Mr. Kraybill is also a member of the board of Impact Investment Shujog, a charity with a mission to promote social enterprise and impact investment. In addition, Mr. Kraybill is Senior Advisor to Asian Tiger Capital, an innovative financial services firm in Bangladesh offering research, advisory and asset management services. Mr. Kraybill is co-author of the chapter on “Social and Environmental Exchanges” in New Frontiers of Philanthropy, recently published by Oxford University Press.
Before joining the social capital movement, Mr. Kraybill spent nearly 20 years in the traditional capital markets as an advisor and investor, most recently as head of Asian private equity for Marathon Asset Management, a US$12 billion alternative investment manager. Before that, Mr. Kraybill was head of investment banking, Asia ex-Japan, for Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein. Mr. Kraybill began his career at Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse.
Mr. Kraybill received his B.A. magna cum laude from Princeton University and his J.D. summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Kraybill has lectured on M&A as an Adjunct Professor at the Singapore Management University. He has lived in Singapore since 2004 and is a member of the President’s Challenge Social Enterprise Awards Committee.