Adjunct Assistant Professor of International Business Relations at the Fletcher School and Co-Head of SovereigNet.
"Since the financial crises of the late 1990s, the growth in foreign exchange reserves and more generally surpluses resulting from the capture of resource revenues have led to steady expansion in the introduction of new sovereign wealth funds - 60-80 in fact. This growth raises key questions, as well as concerns"
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Patrick Schena is Adjunct Assistant Professor of International Business Relations at the Fletcher School, Tufts University, where he is also Senior Fellow of the Council on Emerging Market Enterprises and Co-Head of SovereigNet, The Fletcher Network for Sovereign Wealth and Global Capital. In addition, he is an Associate-in-Research at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University. Dr. Schena has 30 years experience in finance, operations, and technology management focused on investment management. He was formerly a Principal, leading delivery of the Investment Management Services practice at a Genpact-Headstrong Corp., a global provider of outsourcing services. He has participated in and cofounded two companies providing technology and operations services to investment managers. He holds a PhD in from the Fletcher School, Tufts University and additional graduate degrees from The Fletcher School, and Boston College.