Chairman, Schulte Research, Hong Kong
Paul Schulte is currently Chairman of Schulte Research, an independent research company which advises private funds, sovereign wealth funds, consulting firms and banks. His last post was as Head of Global Strategy for CCB Intl. Securities. More recently, he is now an advisor to banks, sovereign wealth funds and governments on the new field of financial technology.
Paul has served as an advisor to the International Organization of Securities Commissioners (IOSCO), the body that creates rules for capital markets, as well as to the Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) in Singapore, Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC), Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on developments in financial technology.
He has also served as a policy analyst, advisor to governments and hedge funds, analyst of global banks, professor, consultant to private equity firms and author of hundreds of articles and three books. He has worked for the US House of Representatives, the White House, International Trade Commission, National Security Council, Indonesian Ministry of Finance, the PRC Government and three of the largest investment banks.
Paul graduated summa cum laude from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC with a BA in Philosophy in 1985 and then received an MA in Political Economy in 1986. He then earned a Master’s in International Finance in 1988 from the Fletcher School, jointly run with Tufts and Harvard.