Peter Tufano

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Peter Tufano
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Occupation Chairman
Employer Dreams Fund
Location Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

Peter Tufano is Chairman at Doorways to Dreams Fund and Peter Moores Dean and Professor of Finance at University of Oxford, Said Business School.[1]


Previously, he was the the Sylvan C. Coleman professor of Financial Management and senior associate dean for Planning and University Affairs at the Harvard Business School.[2]

Tufano is a member of the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation. [3]


Tufano earned a B.A., summa cum laude, in Economics from Harvard University. He earned an MBA with high distinction from the Baker School at Harvard and a Ph.D. in Business Economics (Finance), also from Harvard.


  1. Peter Tufano. LinkedIn.
  2. Staff and Faculty. Harvard Business School.
  3. Committee Members. Committee on Capital Markets Regulation.
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