Senior Research Fellow
Expertise: A reputable expert with global track record in new product development, structuring, marketing and operations; together with extensive leadership, financial management experience reporting to Board of Directors and CEOs. Last ten years acting as trusted independent specialist, successfully using a comprehensive background in Equity, Capital Markets, Investment, and Commercial Banking, to implement leading edge investment solutions.
Academia: MBA, Finance and International Business, New YorkUniversity, Leonard Stern School of Business, New York, USA; BSc, Economics and Banking Sciences, University of Siena, Italy
Carlo Resta has twenty-five years experience of new product development, structuring and marketing, in global financial services and international business. He has formulated practical solutions to the prolonged crisis of the West, and identified opportunities relevant to the real economy and financial markets.
Carlo’s analysis differs from that of most commentators and economists. His original vision of long-term investing focuses on revitalizing the real economy of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), while promoting stability and sustainable development. He was nominated Senior Research Fellow of the Global Policy Institute for the study of a response policy to this crisis.
He is a founding Partner and President of Oraculum Advisors, an independent specialist working with a variety of institutions and enterprises for their product development, strategy, risk management, and capital raising activities.
Carlo was the Managing Director of Global Investment Advisory at JP Morgan Chase Manhattan Bank, for Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Prior, as a start-up and product specialist, he was Director of the Client Strategies Group and Equity Derivatives for Merrill Lynch International. He worked at San Paolo Bank in Turin and in New York.
The Olympics Lesson To Save The Economy September 25th, 2012
Systemic Economics: New Dawn to the Future March 31st, 2011
Reflexivity, Historic Shifts and New Systemic Economics February 17th, 2011
Beyond the False Bonuses vs. Real Wages Debate January 24th, 2011
A Systemic Capital Redirection Strategy Is Our Only Hope January 20th, 2011
Most Wanted: Leadership and Courage September 29th, 2010
Beyond Short Term Emergency: A Risk Strategy for the Future July 6th, 2010
Time Horizon and Capital Flows Redirection for Growth June 9th, 2010
Greek Crisis Confirms Systemic Capital Redirection Urgency May 21st, 2010
Operation Direct Growth: The New Avenue to Redevelop the Real Economy November 16th, 2009