George Krupp

Co-Founder and Chairman

Mr. Krupp has been responsible for the strategic direction of Berkshire since its inception as the Krupp Companies in 1966. Under his leadership, and together with his brother Douglas Krupp, Berkshire has become a national multifamily industry leader. Notable successes of Berkshire under his tenure include: taking three companies public, raising over $5.6 billion of capital and originating approximately $22.3 billion of mortgage loans; the founding of Berkshire Mortgage Finance, L.P. one of the nation’s largest multifamily loan originators; and the launch of Berkshire’s institutional funds business in 2005, which has successfully sponsored three commingled funds and two separate accounts. He also previously served as Director and Chairman of Berkshire Income Realty, Inc.

Mr. Krupp attended the University of Pennsylvania and holds an undergraduate degree from Harvard University Extension Schools as well as a Master’s degree in History from Brown University.

Chuck Leitner

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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Douglas Krupp

Co-Founder and Vice Chairman

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George Krupp

Co-Founder and Chairman

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