Senior Managing Director(914) 495-7015
Mr. Drohan is the Senior Managing Director at KStone Partners LLC. In this capacity Mr. Drohan oversees the research, due diligence and portfolio construction process for KStone's investments into the underlying hedge funds.
Mr. Drohan has twenty-seven years of leadership experience in financial services, treasury, contract management and cash management initiatives. Most recently, he was the head of the Private Equity Group at Union Bancaire Privee Asset Management (UBPAM), where he worked with the firm's CEO, Mark Kenyon, to establish and build out the private bank's global Private Equity platform. The Private Equity Group researched and invested in leveraged buyout funds, mezzanine, distressed and venture funds. In that position he also worked with the UBP international research team to analyze all illiquid and long lockup products, and performed diligence on all managers offering hybrid hedge and private equity investment products to the bank's clients. Mr. Drohan was a member of the Investment Committees of the Selectinvest Private Equity Access Fund, Ltd (Cayman Islands), and the Diamond I SICAV Fund, a publicly traded SICAV fund listed on the Luxembourg Bourse.
Prior to establishing the UBPAM Private Equity platform, Mr. Drohan was the Co-Founder and President of a private equity backed revenue cycle management platform in the healthcare services sector. The firm provided ASP based cash management, and accelerated accounts receivable solutions to improve cash flow. The firm was sold to a strategic competitor in 2007.
Mr. Drohan worked for 18 years in healthcare financial management, specifically in the areas of cost accounting, contract negotiation, business development, and audit and controllership functions. He was a charter member of the Healthcare Roundtable, a nationally recognized group dedicated to national healthcare market analysis. He has served on several private and public company boards.
Mr. Drohan received a Masters Degree from Long Island University in 1991 where he was an adjunct professor, and a BA from Mercy College in 1980.