Former Senior Adviser to the Governor, Bank of England, and chaired a review into what the future of finance means for the bank’s priorities. Worked at Morgan Stanley from 2002-16, latterly as Global Head, Banks and Diversified Financials research; with teams, won numerous awards including being voted number one in investor surveys 12 times and twice Starmine’s stock picker of the year for financial services. From 2016-18, served as Global Head of Strategy at Schroders. Has served on various boards and committees, including the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council for Financial Services and Disruptive Innovation in Financial Services working group; the European Central Bank’s Contact Group on Macro-Prudential Policies and Financial Stability (2015-17), the IIFs Market Monitoring Group and the Board of the English National Opera.
A new white paper by the Global Future Council on Responsive Financial Systems shows 3 ways we can shape public policy to enable financial inclusion.
La transition énergétique est une énorme opportunité pour les investisseurs.
The COVID crisis underscores the urgency to enable innovation, build financial infrastructure and resilience for the economic recovery
Climate risk analysis of companies and portfolios is moving out of a specialised niche and into the mainstream.
This year's downbeat mood could be a good sign, as the Davos consensus tends to be a reliable contrary indicator. Here are three big finance themes from behind the scenes.
It was the nature of the big transitions - the implications of AI, Blockchain, Big Tech power, quantitative tightening, ruse of impact investing and the populist revolt against globalisat...
The mood at Davos was the most divergent it has been in years. Some American bosses were notably bullish about accelerating economic growth and a regime change in fiscal, regulatory and t...
The mood at Davos was the gloomiest since 2009. Dismal markets, oil, China – plus the challenges of disruptive technology, the refugee crisis and poor market liquidity – dominated debates...