Patrick Maloy is a third generation Floridian born and raised in West Palm Beach, Florida. Before being a founding partner of Floridian Partners in 2000, Mr. Maloy was with a law firm specializing in healthcare, pari-mutuels, utility regulation, insurance regulation and corporate law from January 1995 to July 2000.
After graduating with honors from the University of Florida in 1987, Patrick accepted an internship as a staff analyst with the Florida House of Representatives Committee on Agriculture. Patrick was responsible for researching and drafting legislation on issues relating to food safety, farmer’s markets, aquaculture and sustainable crop strategies. After his internship, he accepted a position as the North Florida Coordinator for the U. S. Senate race of Buddy MacKay in 1988. Mr. MacKay served as Florida’s Lieutenant Governor from 1990-1998.
In January 1989 through the 1990 election, Patrick was the South Florida political and fundraising coordinator for Bill Nelson’s campaign for Governor. Mr. Nelson was subsequently elected Florida’s Insurance Commissioner, Treasurer and Fire Marshal in 1994 and the US Senate in 2000. From 1990 to 1994, Patrick was the Director of the Democratic Senate campaign committee. In this capacity, he managed over 30 Senate Campaigns supervising all data collection and analysis, creative development and communication plans.
Patrick was a licensed investment banker from 1995-1999 and graduated from the FSU School of Law in 1999. He has worked extensively in healthcare, commercial lending, financing and insurance transactions including the first ever $1.5 billion credit line for the Florida Residential Property and Casualty Joint Underwriting Association (FRPCJUA), the Zurich policy portfolio transfer from the FRPCJUA, and the American International Group (AIG) policy portfolio transfer from the FRPCJUA. Additionally he has served as the CEO of a healthcare company and as a Board Member or Advisor for multiple healthcare and technology companies.