Miguel Koenig is a trustee and chief financial officer for The Erich & Della Koenig Foundation, as well as a principal in Koenig Investments, located in San Diego. Koenig Investments participates as an investor in deals with Black Equities Group, The Dinerstein Companies, and the Consolidated American Group of Companies.
Prior to that firm’s founding in 2007, he spent nine years as founder/chief executive officer of Koenig Investment Management, LLC, a registered investment advisory firm specializing in Latin American high-net-worth individuals. Before that, he served as president/CEO of IFS Investment Advisory Services and as a senior foreign exchange trader and partner with IFS International Money Exchange. In the 1990s, Mr. Koenig secured KFC franchises for seven restaurants within four states on Mexico’s Pacific Coast (including establishing the first KFC kiosk in the Mexico City airport) and was a manager and partner in building a retail foreign exchange operation in Acapulco. He has experience as a foreign exchange trader with Citibank in Mexico City and with D.H. Blair & Co. on Wall Street.
Mr. Koenig’s hobbies are golf and sport fishing, and he is the current world record holder for the largest Pacific blue marlin ever caught in a fishing tournament, weighing in at 1,258.5 pounds. Mr. Koenig graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.S. in business administration, and pursued post-graduate studies at the New York Institute of Finance.