Turkey's Turn? April 10-11, 2014 The Fletcher School

Arthur Sculley


Arthur Sculley is a Senior Fellow at The Fletcher School’s Council on Emerging Markets Enterprises, covering Turkey and Northern Iraq. His focus is on the impact of investment, trade and commerce on Turkey’s foreign policy. He is a former international banker, technology executive, lecturer and consultant to governments and major corporations.

He was a Managing Director at JP Morgan where he spent 25 years until 1995. His jobs included Head of JP Morgan’s Middle East and South Asia Department following Turkey in the 1980s when he got to know Turkey’s Prime Minister, Turgut Ozal. He later was CEO of JP Morgan’s Private Bank.

In the mid 1990s as an entrepreneur, he became a leader in B2B technology for financial services, co-founding and chairing the first known B2B financial services cloud company, IntraLinks (NYSE:IL) in New York in 1996 and later CreditTrade, Ltd in London now part of the Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE).

Why Turkey Now?

Dean James Stavridis

"The key question is not whether Turkey will play a global role, but rather what is the Turkish role globally."

Admiral James Stavridis, USN
Dean, The Fletcher School, Tufts University
Former Supreme Allied Commander, NATO