I head up the Economics team for Investec in London after joining in 1997. I am a regular commentator on the economy and financial markets in the press and on TV. I graduated with an economics degree from Bath University and a master’s in econometrics from the University of Manchester.
I started my career in the Government Economic Service at the Department of Energy before joining Barclays as an economist/econometrician.
I am part of the London-based Economics team and lead US economist for Investec. I provide economic advice and analysis for the bank, supporting clients and Investec’s varied business areas. After graduating in 2003, I joined the National Economic Council team, tasked with helping Downing Street on its economic response to the financial crisis.
I have a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s in economic development and policy analysis from the University of Nottingham.
I joined Investec in 2007 as part of the Kensington acquisition, before joining the Economics team in 2010. I provide macroeconomic, interest rate and foreign exchange analysis to Investec and its corporate clients.
I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics from UWE Bristol.
I joined the Investec London Economics team in 2017, providing economic advice and analysis for the company and its clients. Before joining Investec, I worked for the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), where I was responsible for the organisation’s flagship Industrial Trends Survey and acted as the economist covering China and India.
I graduated with a first-class degree in BSc (Econ) Economics at the University of Hull.
Insights and analysis on the markets and the economy from the economics team at Investec