Title: Board Director
Company: Fidelity International
Location: Friday Harbor, Washington, United States
Glen Moreno, a board director at Fidelity International, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of finance.
Now retired, Mr. Moreno continues to sit as a member of the board of directors at Fidelity International, where he served as chief executive officer from 1987 until 1991. Previously, he served in various positions of high leadership at Citigroup throughout Europe, Southeast Asia, India, and Australia, and as the chairperson of such organizations as Virgin Money PLC, Pearson PLC, UK Financial Investments Limited, Indonesian Capital Fund, the Financial Reporting Council Limited, the IAC, and the Taiwan Fund. Presently, he remains active on the boards of the International Funds Board of Luxembourg and Consolidated Pastoral Company, a venture capital firm and the largest private cattle company in Australia. Since his retirement, Mr. Moreno has worked as an Angus breeder and vintner in the Piedmont region of Virginia, and has contributed his expertise to others as a mentor to younger executives.
Outside of his primary endeavors, Mr. Moreno was notably appointed as an honorary governor of the Ditchley Foundation, a nonprofit organization that hosts conferences at the Ditchley House in Oxfordshire, England. He has also been a board member of the Liechtenstein Group, a former director of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and has championed and mentored women while active as a member of the 30% Club, a campaign group of business chairpersons and chief executives who seek to enhance gender diversity in senior management.
Before venturing onto his vocational path, Mr. Moreno studied at Stanford University, where he graduated, with distinction, with a Bachelor of Arts in 1965. Following this accomplishment, he was inducted as a fellow of the Rotary Foundation by the University of Delhi during the following year. Mr. Moreno went on to attend Harvard University, from which he attained a Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1969.
In accounting for his success, Mr. Moreno largely credits the quality of his education, as well as his diligent work ethic and flexibility – the latter quality was essential in enabling him to work in virtually any country throughout the world. Likewise, he is proud to have helped build Fidelity International into a large global investment company, which rose from being valued as a $3 billion organization to more than 10,000 employees and $800 billion in revenue. Looking toward the future, Mr. Moreno hopes to continue working, enjoying life, and meeting interesting new people.