Arthur Sculley is conducting research on the impact of Turkey’s Anatolian Tiger businessmen on Turkey’s foreign policy. In addition, his consulting practice focuses on how technology mobility and the cloud are affecting the delivery of financial services in emerging markets.
He is a former banker, technology executive, lecturer and consultant to governments, banks and corporations. He co-authored the business book B2B Exchanges now used by many business schools.
For 25 years Arthur held jobs in corporate banking, corporate finance and asset management at JP Morgan in New York, Hong Kong, Singapore and London, including head of JP Morgan’s global private bank and Managing Director. In the mid 1990s as an entrepreneur, he became a leader in B2B technology for financial services, co-founding and chairing the first B2B financial services software as a service company, IntraLinks (NYSE:IL) in New York in 1996 and later CreditTrade (NYSE:ICE) in London.
He is a graduate of the Wharton School and the Fletcher School.