With more than 10 years of investment experience, Hilt Tatum IV is the founder and president of iPoint Capital Partners in Panama. Hilt Tatum IV holds a postgraduate degree from the Said Business School at the University of Oxford, which will hold its next Silicon Valley Comes to Oxford (SVCO) event on May 17 and 18, 2017.
For the past 14 years, innovative entrepreneurs and investors from Silicon Valley have been participating in the SVCO event, in which they share ideas about starting, running, and scaling successful businesses. With a theme of augmented humanity, the 2017 SVCO event will offer several masterclasses and speed workshops as well as question-and-answer sessions with prominent entrepreneurs.
Speakers at previous SVCO events have included such figures as Bob Goodson, the cofounder of Quid; Leila Janah, the founder and CEO of Sama Group; George Burges, founder and CEO of Gojimo; Torsten Reil, founder and CEO of NaturalMotion; and Reshma Sohoni, cofounder and partner of Seedcamp. To learn more about the University of Oxford Said Business School and its upcoming events, visit www.sbs.ox.ac.uk.
As founder and president of iPoint Capital Partners, a Panama-based asset management and venture capital firm, Hilt Tatum IV has pursued business opportunities in over 60 countries around the world. In addition to completing international business studies at the University of Montana and the French Institute for American Universities, Hilt Tatum IV has pursued private equity master classes at the London Business School, and received a postgraduate diploma in global business from the University of Oxford’s Said Business School.
A master's-level executive education program, Oxford's diploma in global business is aimed at experienced business leaders looking to grow their skills and knowledge on an international scale. The curriculum introduces students to challenges specifically related to global business, covering such areas as international strategy, risk, corporate diplomacy, effective reputation-building, and emerging markets.
Designed to prepare students for senior management positions at international firms, the program focuses on practical knowledge directly relevant to effective business leadership and imparts information valuable to both commercial and public sector executives. Its part-time configuration allows professionals to uphold concurrent responsibilities while expanding their business acumen. Program participants benefit not only from the expertise of Oxford’s world-class faculty, but also from a vast student network of up-and-coming global executives.
Hilt Tatum is CEO of Oxford Consulting Group - International business consulting