Schwartz sold his company, Tampa-based Krauss/Schwartz Co., to industrial real estate behemoth Prologis in 1994. He became CEO of Prologis in 2005 and resigned from that post in 2008. Schwartz partnered with Government of Singapore Investment Corp. to buy the Prologis industrial portfolio in Japan and China, which was rebranded Global Logistics Properties in 2009. Jeffrey H. Schwartz is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of ProLogis, the world's largest global provider of distribution facilities and services. ProLogis, a NYSE company with $40.4 billion in total market capitalization, has more than 2,884 distribution facilities operating in 132 global markets. Mr. Schwartz serves as head of the Executive Committee, responsible for setting the strategic direction of the company and monitoring its implementation and progress. Prior to becoming Chief Executive Officer in January 2005, Mr. Schwartz served as President of International Operations, in which he oversaw all of ProLogis' international operations and was the Chairman of the International Investment Committee of ProLogis. In addition, Mr. Schwartz served as President and Chief Operating Officer, Asia, in which he had responsibility for the ProLogis Operating System and day-to-day operations in Asia. Previous to this, Mr. Schwartz served as Vice Chairman of ProLogis, where he had responsibility for all International Operations, commencing activities in Mexico in 1996 and Europe in 1997. While living in Amsterdam, Netherlands from 1997 through 2000, Mr. Schwartz was responsible for the development of all European operations, making ProLogis the leader in European distribution. Prior to this, from 1994 to 1996, Mr. Schwartz had responsibility for all of ProLogis’ global development. During 2001, Mr. Schwartz served as CEO of Vizional Technologies, a supply chain technology firm. Mr. Schwartz was the founder and managing partner of The Krauss/Schwartz Company, the largest industrial developer in Florida, which was acquired by ProLogis in 1994. Mr. Schwartz received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and his B.S., with honors, from Emory University.