I graduated from Oxford University in 1962,
receiving my degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
• Investment banking: London and Paris (1965-1987)
• Global Asset Management Ltd, London, (1987-1994), Director, global investment management
• Optima Asset Management, Bermuda (1994-2005), CEO/CIO, global portfolio management
• Cogo Wolf Asset Management llc, San Francisco (2005-2013), co-CEO/co-CIO, Fund-of-Hedge-Funds, global portfolio management.
Articles of mine have been published in several journals/blogsites, including The European Journal, Advisor Perspectives, Project Syndicate and numerous letters in the Financial Times. These articles and letters have concerned: the problems of the European Union and the Eurozone, the shortcomings of Economics, Inequality, the shortcomings of Proportional Representation, Constitutional Monarchy versus Republics.
Also, I have submitted essays to two Essay Prizes. The first, on the Breakup of the Eurozone, to the Wolfson Prize in 2012. In 2015 I submitted an essay to the Notting Hill Essay Prize: Liberty, Fraternity and Inequality: the Lucky and the Unlucky and the need for a new Ethic of Social Obligation; my essay was longlisted.
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