Via Reuters Kiyomura K.K., a Tokyo-based sushi chain, paid a record 155.4 million yen ($1.76 million), almost triple last year’s amount, to outbid an affiliate...
Phin Upham attended Harvard University as an undergraduate. While at Harvard, he was president of the Harvard Quad Investment Club and the Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Review of Philosophy, an annual student-published journal of interviews and essays on the topic of philosophy. He earned advanced degrees at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a member of the Finance and Investment clubs.
Phin Upham has a career in finance. He has worked at Morgan Stanley in the Investment Banking division for the Media & Telecom group, where he conducted financial analysis and due diligence for merger candidates. Phin had input on several notable transactions, including the General Electric and SES Global Capitalized Split-Off and the Tishman Speyer joint bid on Hudson Yards Development in New York City. Phin also advised the NCAA on strategic options and valuation considerations for diversified college sports content, and built a ground-up operating businesses model which was presented to senior NCAA management.
Phin Upham currently works at a global macro hedge fund, advising on a multi-billion dollar portfolio of investments in all asset classes and all geographies. He specializes in illiquid technology opportunities
Phin Upham serves on the board of the Young Friends of the University of Pennsylvania’s Museum, where he has been responsible for undergraduate interaction with the museum. He is also a member of the board for the Critical Review Journal, and is on the Board of Trustees of the Harvard Review of Philosophy. He is a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.