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Standard Life Investments appoints new Senior International Economist
22 April 2013
Global investment manager, Standard Life Investments has enhanced its Multi Asset capability with a new appointment to its Global Strategy Team. Jeremy Lawson joins the company as Senior International Economist having previously held the role of Director, Senior US Economist at BNP Paribas in New York.
Jeremy will report to Andrew Milligan, Head of Global Strategy at Standard Life Investments, and will be responsible for economic forecasting, ideas generation for Multi Asset Investing and detailed analysis to support the House View. He will also contribute to Standard Life Investments’ successful Global Publications. Jeremy’s appointment will further bolster the highly regarded Multi Asset Investing Team.
Euan Munro, Head of Multi Asset Investing and Fixed Income at Standard Life Investments, said:
"Jeremy is an experienced economist with a strong track record. He brings a wealth of experience in international markets including time working at BNP Paribas, New York, the Reserve Bank of Australia, the OECD in Paris and the Institute for International Finance in Washington.
Financial markets are increasingly influenced by politics and regulation and we felt it was important to appoint someone with extensive experience of working in both the public and the private sectors. Jeremy will add considerably to our already strong economic research capability through his advisory and government experience. His appointment will enrich the whole Multi Asset Investing capability and support our House View, which has added value to client portfolios for many years."
Concise CV – Jeremy Lawson
2011 – 2013 Director, Senior US Economist, BNP Paribas, New York
2010 – 2011 Deputy Director for Global Macroeconomics, Institute of International Finance, Washington
2008 – 2010 Senior Economist, Country Studies Branch of the Economics Directorate, OECD, Paris
2007 – 2008 Senior Research Economist, Economist Research Department, Reserve Bank of Australia
2007 - 2007 Policy Adviser, Office of the Leader of the Australian Federal Opposition – Kevin Rudd, MP
2006 – 2007 Senior Economist – Economic Activity and Forecasting Section, Reserve Bank of Australia
2005 – 2006 Senior Economist – Financial and Monetary Conditions Section, Reserve Bank of Australia
2003 – 2005 Class Tutor, London School of Economics, London
2001 – 2005 Economist, Reserve Bank of Australia
2000 – 2000 Class Tutor, University of Adelaide, Australia
2003 – 2005 MSc in Economics, London School of Economics, London
1995 – 2000 Bachelor of Economics (First Class Honours), University of Adelaide, Australia