James Harmon is chairman of the Egyptian-American Enterprise Fund, a private corporation seeded by US government funds to promote the development of the Egyptian private sector. He is chairman of the board of the World Resources Institute, a global policy and research institution. Nominated by President Clinton and confirmed by the US Senate in June 1997, he was the chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States for the four years that ended June 2001. Prior to that he was chairman and CEO of the investment bank Schroder Wertheim (1986–1996). He lives in Weston, Connecticut.Read more Read less
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