Paul Osei is an M.B.A candidate at the University of Michigan – Stephen M. Ross School of Business and serves as a finance liaison and tutor for minority students and those from less traditional backgrounds.
Before Ross, Paul spent five years on the buy-side, first in private equity for the BIT Fund where he co-led dispositions, asset management and joint-venture investments for the fund’s $5.5bn portfolio. Most recently, he served on the boards of institutional investors as an Outsourced Chief Investment Officer on behalf of PNC institutional Asset Management. Paul Interned at Barclays Capital in their Healthcare M&A group.
Paul earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from UNC Chapel Hill where he was a Gates Millennium Scholar. As a Ghanaian immigrant, he believes in the “Motto” “I can only be what I can only see” and is a proponent of mentorship and proud volunteer for the Boys and Girls Club.