Kevin is currently the General Partner of Equity Premium Investors, a small Pennsylvania limited partnership that makes use of option premiums for investment returns. He is also President of Mailey Consulting LLC, a firm that specializes in raising capital from investors.
He was President of Quaker Funds from 2000-2005, presiding over growth from $70 million to $700 million. From 1990-1996 as Senior VP he grew William Penn Funds from $170 million to $650 million and sold them to Federated Investors.
Kevin started Neuberger Berman's Institutional Mutual Fund Division in 1986, and was responsible for its entry into the annuity space, forming partnerships with, Nationwide, Aetna and Life of Virginia. Kevin ran John Hancock's Mid Atlantic Institutional Division from 1983 to 1986. He was the Overall Production Leader in 1983 and 1984, bringing in over $750 million. He has held senior marketing positions at First Pennsylvania Corp., CoreStates, and First Union.
He was graduated from The University of Notre Dame in 1974, which he attended on a football scholarship. In Kevin’s senior year, the 1973 Irish won the National Championship, beating Bear Bryant's Alabama Crimson Tide in the Sugar Bowl. Kevin stayed at Notre Dame for MBA studies and, while on Ara Parseghian's last staff in 1974, he coached Rudy Ruettiger of the popular movie "Rudy".