The global investment
access to global markets for mobile transactions and
expand fund sourcing between entrepreneurs and
financiers. The algorithms for the apps are
based around the empirics of an International Capital
Markets Research Fellowship conducted at Harvard
University and the contributions of distinguished
professionals ranging all five continents with
disciplines in international exchange derivatives,
information technology, international investment
banking, and international
trade with backgrounds from institutions like Harvard
Business School, MIT, and Wharton School of Business.
Richard Mandel is
the partner in charge of and is
responsible for the
establishment of the firm. He has
served in research roles with the American Law
Institute at Harvard Law School as an attorney
with Pollock & Gadsby, and is a partner at
Bowditch & Dewey,
high technology and emerging businesses.
Mr. Mandel is a member of the Massachusetts Bar
and the Bar of the United States Supreme Court.
He received his B.A. from Cornell and J.D. from
Harvard Law School.
is the Chairman of the
Advisory Board. He received
his B.S. in Finance/Management at Babson College and was
a Captain in the U.S. Army Intelligence Corps. After
retiring from the Corps, he worked for Donaldson, Lufkin
& Jenrette as an Institutional Broker.
certificates in Portfolio Management, Portfolio
Structure and Strategy. Mr. Jacobs attained his CIMA
degree from Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania,
was Executive Director -Investments of CIBC Oppenheimer
-Private Clients Division and is the Senior Vice President
of UBS Financial.
Adam Sah is the Chairman Emeritus of the Advisory Board. He estabished the method of turning the firm into a Web 2.0 entity. He was the cheif contributor in the re-engineering of the firm into a stealth start-up, led the development of the online marketing and co-developed the business plan for the global investment apps.
Mr. Sah is the architect of Google Gadgets and the Gadget Content Directory. Prior to Google, Mr. Sah was a founding engineer at several start-ups like such as Inktomi and Sensage where he is a Board Member. He holds several patents in databases and web systems and led in the production of the global investment apps commodities databases acquisition strategy.
Founding Partner, was one of the first five directors of
the IEA. As Strategic Partnerships Director, he
integrated networks with over 75 stock
exchanges in foreign and domestic markets and
produced market research for CIBC
Oppenheimer, Bain Capital, US EXIM Bank, & Bain &
He produced the deliverable materials used by all of the participants in the Global Investment Symposiums. As CEO Research Associate to Professor
Michael Porter at Harvard Business School responsible
for new multi-billion dollar per-annum CEOs. The 12 CEOs
increased revenues by $3.2 billion the following year.
While at Harvard, he was also W.
E. B. Du Bois Fellow and
the Institutional Coordinator for Investing & Managing
in Emerging Markets, Real Asset Property Management, The
Entrepreneurial Manager, Strategy, and Finance. The book
on his thesis "Social Entrepreneurship in Capital
Markets" has been requested for publishing and reserved
by Harvard. Along with his honors at
Harvard he posses a degree from Babson.
is the Founding Advisor of the Advisory Board who
authored working papers "How and When do Markets Tip?
Lessons from the Battle of the Bund," "Bringing OTC back
to the Exchange" and "The Effect of Bidders' Asymmetries
on Expected Revenues in Auctions." Her research lies at
the boundary between industrial organization and market
design, and involves both theory and empirics.
auction work has looked at asymmetric auctions,
combinatorial auctions and multi-attribute auctions. She
was a lecturer at Harvard Business School most recently
instructing the course "Strategy." She possesses a
Masters Degree in Economics from Cambridge University
and PhD in Economics from Harvard University.
Stephen Gordon is the
Intllectual Property Advisor in e-commerce and intellectual property. Dr.
Gordon consulted to the airline industry at Simat,
Helliesen & Eichner, Inc. Dr. Gordon's areas of
expertise within information technology are IT support
for innovation, IT governance, and information
security. He also founded and served as president of
Beta Principles, Inc., a developer and marketer of
accounting software and reseller of computer hardware.
Dr. Gordon's research and consulting interests currently
focus on three areas: e-commerce in the financial
service industry, the impact of IT on a firm's ability
to innovate, and IT governance. He gained his B.S., M.S.
and PhD degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of
Silane Mwenechanya is the
Global Commodities Advisor for CMI and has
been actively involved with the metals and commodities
industry for over 30 years. He was the
Manager-Metallurgical who commissioned the $250 million
Tailings Leach Plant at the world-famous Nchanga Mine of
ZCCM (Zambia Copper Consolidated Mines) in 1986.
also responsible for the development and preparation of
the International Finance Corporation (IFC) Protocol on
Co-operation and Integration of the Mining Sector in the SADC
region. Dr. Mwenechanya graduated with an MS and PhD in Metallurgy
from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Lee is the Global
Markets Advisor for CMI. Prior to his D.B.A. studies,
Dr. Lee worked at Samsung in Korea. Dr. Lee has produced
more than 65 company best practice reports for many
firms including Motorola, IBM, Texas Instruments, GE,
Federal Express, Intel, Sun Microsystems, and Toyota.
His work experience also includes a research associate
appointment at Boston University Asian Management Center
and the development and management of executive
education programs for Asian companies such as Sanyo,
Samsung, LG, Daewoo, SK, and for non-profit
organizations including the Federation of Korean
Industries and Ministry of Commerce in China. He
received his BA at Hong IK University in Korea and his
MS, MBA, and DBA from Boston University.