In 2011, Hunter Biden’s former investment firm, Rosemont Seneca Partners, discussed making contacts to expand their energy investments in various state-owned investment funds, including in China, Ireland, Oman, and Qatar, according to emails reviewed by Fox News Digital.
The emails reveal that Eric Schwerin, the firm’s former president, sent Hunter and then-CEO Devon Archer an email containing the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute’s (SWFI) current list of the top sovereign wealth fund, which are state-owned, and their rankings at the time.
Archer responded, adding that Rosemont Seneca was “”already working” with several funds on the list, including two in China. Another email shows Archer suggesting that someone from Rosemont Seneca reach out to Dan Rooney, the then-US ambassador to Ireland, who was appointed by Obama in 2009, in order to gain connections to the Irish government.
It is unclear whether Hunter and his now-defunct firm were successful with any potential business ventures in Ireland.