Ted Brandt (MBA ’87) is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Marathon Capital, an investment banking boutique founded in 1999, focused on the global Energy and Infrastructure markets. Ted earned his B.A. in Economics from Oberlin College, where he is now a Trustee. He graduated with an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business (1987). Ted is also a member of the Becker Friedman Institute Advisory Council at the University of Chicago.

“As a graduate of Booth, father of a recent graduate of the College and a member of BFI, I am pleased to be a founding member of EPIC’s Advisory Council. Marathon Capital is the largest Investment Bank in the world, fully dedicated to the clean economy and we know EPIC will continue to be relevant across the world.”