Henry A. Fernandez

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Henry A. Fernandez
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Occupation Chairman and CEO
Employer MSCI
Location New York
LinkedIn Profile

Henry Fernandez is chairman and CEO of MSCI, publisher of over 100,000 equity, REIT and hedge fund indices, as well as portfolio risk and performance analytics.[1]

Background

Fernandez joined Morgan Stanley in 1983, eventually working his way up to become CEO of its MSCI division in 1998. In 2009, Morgan Stanley spun off MSCI into a stand-alone company, with Fernandez as its chairman and CEO.[2]

He also spent two years as president of HispaniMedia, a private equity investment firm, and before that founded Ferco Partners Inc., a Mexico City-based a private equity firm. From 1976 to 1979, Mr. Fernandez was a diplomat in the Nicaraguan Embassy in Washington, D.C.[3]

Education

Fernandez holds a bachelor of arts in economics from Georgetown University. He also earned advanced degrees from Princeton and Stanford universities.[4]

References

  1. Henry Fernandez. Forbes.
  2. Morgan Stanley to sell remaining stake in MSCI. Reuters.
  3. Excellence in Leadership Award. Stanford Graduate School of Business.
  4. FERNANDEZ SCHOLARSHIP TO PAVE THE WAY FOR STUDENTS FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. Georgetown University.

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