General Counsel

As General Counsel of Crow Holdings, Kevin Bryant is responsible for all legal matters and tax planning. He also is responsible for the structuring and formation of the Crow Holdings Capital and Crow Holdings Partners funds. Kevin has been with Crow Holdings and affiliated entities since 1997. He chairs CHC’s Due Diligence Committee and sits on the Crow Holdings Capital and Crow Holdings Partners Investment Committees.

Kevin began his legal career at Weil, Gotshal and Manges LLP, where he focused primarily on commercial real estate, corporate finance and partnership law, and worked extensively with real estate and private equity funds. Prior to that, he was with Arthur Andersen & Company where he became a certified public accountant. Kevin received his undergraduate degree in accounting from Oklahoma State University and his J.D. degree from Oklahoma City University, where he graduated with honors.

Kevin previously served as Chair of the Board of Uplift Education and was on the Executive Committee and Board of The Real Estate Council, Chaired the PAC Board, and the Public Policy Committee. He is a member of the Real Estate Roundtable Tax Policy Committee and on the Board of Governors for the Oklahoma State University Foundation as well as the Armstrong Avenue Trust Company. He has published various tax articles and co-authored several books, including the Partnership Tax Practice and Planning Guide, the Annual Tax Planning Guide for S Corporations, Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies, Matthew Bender’s Tax Return Manual, and The Depreciation Handbook, published by Matthew Bender.

This overview is designed to introduce Crow Holdings and its various operating companies. Crow Holdings Capital is a U.S. SEC registered investment adviser and is the manager to the Crow Holdings Capital Funds. Crow Holdings Partners is a division within Crow Holdings Capital. Crow Holdings Capital, Trammell Crow Residential, Crow Holdings Industrial and Crow Holdings Office are operated separately and independently from one another with separate senior leadership and investment committees. SEC registration does not imply a certain level of skill or training.