Michael F. Maloney
Michael Maloney is Managing Partner at Harvest Innovation. He also serves as Chief Investment Officer of Thunderbird Partners, an investment advisor to his family’s investment and charitable activities. Here, he leads the organisation’s investment process including investment origination, research and the allocation of funds to external managers. He also acts as the lead portfolio manager for its direct private investment activities and its long/short public equity portfolio.
Previously, Mr. Maloney was a Managing Director and member of the Equity Management Committee for Wells Fargo Securities, where he served as Head of Equity Execution and Advisory for the the firm’s international efforts, primarily focused on the European, Middle Eastern and African (EMEA) region as well as Australia.
Previously, he held similar senior roles with US and international responsibilities at Citigroup Global Markets, Bank of America Securities and CF Global Trading having begun his career at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Securities. Michael earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the Johns Hopkins University and a Graduate Certificate of Special Studies (CSS) in Administration and Management from Harvard University.
Michael O’Sullivan is Managing Partner at Harvest Innovation. He advises a range of fintech and asset management firms in Europe and is a trustee of the Jane Goodall Legacy Foundation. Previously, he was Chief Investment Officer in the International Wealth Management Division of Credit Suisse, where he worked for twelve years. In addition to roles in investment management, he was the lead contributor to Credit Suisse’s think tank, the CS Research Institute. He held similar investment roles at UBS and State Street Global Markets.
He is the author of ‘The Levelling’ (PublicAffairs), formerly a member of the World Economic Forum's Council on the New Economy, and a Forbes contributor, and a speaker at the 2020 TED Talk conference. He was an independent member of Ireland’s National Economic Social Council from 2011 to 2016
He studied in Cork and received MPhil and DPhil degrees at Balliol College, Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He has taught finance and economics at Oxford and Princeton.