Ted Malloch

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Ted Malloch at Legatum Institute, London, UK on March, 2013

Theodore Roosevelt Malloch (born 1952) is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Global Fiduciary Governance LLC, a strategy and thought leadership company. (Previously, he served as Chairman and CEO of The Roosevelt Group, a similar firm.)

Career[edit]

He has been a Senior Fellow of The Aspen Institute, where he previously directed all of its national seminars. He was also President of the CNN World Economic Development Congress that focused on “building the integrated global economy” attended by 2500 international CEOs, Ministers of Governments, investment, and economic leaders.

Malloch has served on the executive board of the World Economic Forum, which hosts the Davos meeting annually in Switzerland. He held an ambassadorial level position in the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland; he headed consulting at Wharton-Chase Econometrics; has worked in international capital markets at the investment bank, Salomon Brothers, Inc.; and has served in senior policy positions at the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations and in the U.S. State Department. He is a Research Professor for the Spiritual Capital Initiative at Yale University.

Malloch serves on several corporate, mutual fund and not-for-profit boards, including the University of Toronto International Governing Council, a Pew Charitable Trust board, the Templeton Foundation; and as an adviser to many think tanks including, The Hudson Institute, American Foreign Policy Council, and the Social Affairs Unit in the UK.

Education[edit]

Malloch earned his Ph.D. in International Political Economy from the University of Toronto where he held the Hart House Open University Fellowship. He took an M. Litt. Degree (honors) from Aberdeen University in Scotland on a St. Andrew's Fellowship and earned a BA from Gordon College. In 2008 he was awarded an honorary LLD degree for his "contribution to civil society" from the University of Aberdeen. He has authored nine books, numerous articles, corporate and government reports and appeared frequently on television and as a keynote speaker.[1]

Published works[edit]

Malloch chairs the Spiritual Enterprise Institute which he founded in 2005 (funded by the John M. Templeton Foundation). His books include: Trade and Development Policy; Beyond Reductionism, Unleashing the Power of Perpetual Learning, The Global Century, with Scott Massey, Renewing American Culture: The Pursuit of Happiness, Being Generous, Thrift: Rebirth of a forgotten Virtue, and Doing Virtuous Business. He has also been Executive producer of four PBS documentaries, most recently, Renewing American Culture and Spiritual Enterprise: Doing Virtuous Business [2]

He also fashioned the Fortune 500 Forum for Fortune Magazine; and managed the development of UN EDIFACT, the new rules and standards for global paperless trading.

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