Mr. Schulte’s career in equity research spans 25 years on both the buy and sell sides covering the Asian and emerging markets. He has been frequently ranked in top-five positions in Euromoney, Asiamoney and Institutional Investor since 1991. In Institutional Investor’s 2010 poll, he received top rankings in All-Asia Banks Team, Asia Equity Strategy Team and Asia Economics Team. He also has experience in the military, public policy and academia.
Mr Schulte is currently the Chief Investment Strategist (Asia Pacific) for Bank of New York Mellon Asset Management. It is the sixth largest money manager globally with $1.4 trillion.
Mr. Schulte was most recently Global Head of Financial Strategy at China Construction Bank International securities. He was one of the first westerners to be hired by a PRC bank for research. He created the Greater China research platform which included Equity and Fixed Income Strategy products. He marketed to sovereign wealth funds, hedge funds and long only institutions and spent much time with PRC regulators. He was also the lead analyst in the USD2 bn. IPO of CITIC Securities in 2011.
From 2007 to 2010, he was Managing Director and Head of Multi-Strategy and Asia Banks’ Research for Lehman Brothers and then at Nomura International. He created a highly ranked research product line which integrated equity, credit and currency research. He was one of the first at Lehman in Asia to lead the integration of fixed income and equity research.
Paul also spent many years with Credit Suisse. He established the research department for CS First Boston in 1992. Paul also teaches in the MBA programs of the University of Science and Technology in Hong Kong and its joint ventures with The Kellogg School at Northwestern and also the NYU Stern School.
He began his career as an analyst with the National Security Council at the White House in Washington, DC.
He has a Master’s Degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. And he has a Master’s Degree from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC in Political Economy.