Mr. Corvese is president and founder of Vencor Capital, a private equity firm with telecommunications and technology investments in the Middle East and Mediterranean regions.
Prior to Vencor, Mr. Corvese worked on investments in the US and global equity markets as a managing director and partner at Soros Fund Management, the largest hedge fund in the world at the time.
From 1988 to 1996, Mr. Corvese was a partner at Chancellor Capital Management, a $25-billion money management firm.
While at Chancellor, Mr. Corvese was a portfolio manager with responsibility for investments made in basic industries, restructurings, and special situations, corporate governance investments, as well as founding and managing his own hedge fund.
From 1981 to 1988, Mr. Corvese was with Drexel Burnham Lambert as an equity analyst following the chemical and specialty chemical industries and he participated in a significant number of merger and acquisition activities.
While at Drexel, Mr. Corvese was a member of the top chemical and specialty chemical research team, as ranked by Institutional Investor.
Mr. Corvese currently serves on the board of the National Telecommunications Company, based in Cairo, Egypt.
Mr. Corvese earned degrees in finance and political science from The University of Rhode Island and attended New York University Graduate School.