Kenneth Shewer is chairman and co-founder of Kenmar Holdings, Inc. of Greenwich, Connecticut, a global money management company.
1975 graduate of Syracuse University
Shewer began his career at Pasternak, Baum and Co., Inc., an international cash commodity firm, where he created and managed its Logistics and Administration Department and created its Domestic Corn and Soybean Trading Department. In 1982, Shewer became co-manager of the F.O.B. Corn Department and was made vice president and director of Pasternak, Baum in 1983.
Shewer has traveled extensively in South America and Europe in connection with the commodity business and has organized and affected grain and oilseed sales in those regions, the Soviet Union and the Far East. While at Pasternak, Baum, Shewer was a member of the St. Louis Merchants Exchange and was associated with the National Grain and Feed Association and the North American Export Grain Association.