Assistant Professor of Finance
Enete has worked as an investment research professional for the last 10 years for large institutional asset managers. His duties included valuing public stock securities, modeling asset allocations for billion dollar pension plans, and serving as a forensic accountant for a trillion dollar bond manager. His research interests include how new developments in Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) alter how people think about investment prudence, how to optimally manage the spending of a Christian endowment, and how to reconcile the natural tension of a Christ follower between sacrificial giving and shrewd saving. Enete currently holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) designations. He earned a B.S. in business administration from the University of Southern California and a M.S. in mathematical finance from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Enete has been married to his wife Tammy since 2013 and they recently gave birth to their first child.
Enete, Shane, Practical Generosity: How to choose between spending, saving and giving, Deep River
Working Papers and Manuscripts
2014 CRU Winter Conference Finance Seminar (Portland), 2014 Redeemer Presbyterian Premarital Finance Seminar (San Diego), 2014 Ethnos Church Money Seminar Series (San Diego), 2012 Crowell School of Business MBA Speaker Series (La Mirada), 2012 New City Church Sunday Service (Los Angeles), 2006 Good Sense Practicum (San Diego); 1998 NAIC Investment Conference (Santa Ana).