Colin Fenton

Veriten

Partner, Chief Intelligence Officer

Colin Fenton is a founding member and serves as Partner, Chief Intelligence Officer for Veriten. Previously, he was Chairman of Commodities in the Advisory practice for Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. Earlier, Colin served as Managing Director at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., where he was Global Head of Commodities Research, Chief Commodities Strategist, and a member of the ten-person Management Committee for Research, which supervises the work of more than 1,000 analysts worldwide. On the buyside, Colin has held Managing Director and Portfolio Manager positions at hedge funds Ospraie Management and Duquesne Capital Management, following seven years at Goldman Sachs. Colin has more than 25 years of experience in investment strategy. He joined Veriten to promote global prosperity and help prevent capital allocation mistakes that would inflict suffering across the real world. Colin holds a Master of Science degree from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. He is also a graduate of Princeton University, where he studied early modern history. His senior thesis was on pirates.

Sessions With Colin Fenton

Monday, 7 March

  • 07:30pm - 09:00pm (CST) / 08/mar/2022 01:30 am - 08/mar/2022 03:00 am

    Future of Global Economy

    Lunch/Dinner Discussion Markets/Economics/Strategy

    The global economy faces significant headwinds, with great uncertainty over the future course of pandemic and its variants, on-going supply chain disruptions, supply-demand imbalances, rising energy prices and the specter of broad-based inflation. Added to this mix are localized labor shortages and upward pressures on wages, geopolitical tensions, and climate-related risks. Monetary policies in advanced economies are tightening. After two years of pandemic-related spending, fiscal policies have increasingly less room to maneuver. What is the outlook for 2022 and 2023? What are the key signposts and vulnerabilities—and what could trigger recession? What policies will the world economies have to fight the next downturn? Will we see renewed economic disruptions?