Pat English, 58, joined Fiduciary Management, Incorporated (FMI) in 1986. In 1989 he became the Chief Investment Officer (CIO). From 2001-2010 he was the President and CIO. English became the CEO in 2010 and Chairman in 2017 and continues as the CIO. Since 1989, he has directed the firm's investment process, strategy and implementation. FMI is a global investment advisory firm with over $20 billion in assets under management. He is a member of the board of directors of FMI and The FMI Funds. He is also a member of the Milwaukee Analyst Society and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. English began his career as a research analyst at Dodge & Cox in San Francisco.
Mr. English received a BA in Economics from Stanford University in 1983 and was a varsity golfer. He has been a board member of Milwaukee College Preparatory School (MCP) since its founding in 1998. MCP is an inner-city charter school that focuses on outstanding academic achievement and character development. He is also the Vice-Chairman of the Bradley Foundation, an organization committed to civil society, informed citizens, free markets and fidelity to the Constitution. Mr. English is married and has four grown sons.