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Timothy Hibbert

Head of Building & Property Forecasting, OE Australia

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Timothy Hibbert

Head of Building & Property Forecasting, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Timothy Hibbert leads the property, building, and demographic forecasting at BIS Oxford Economics. He has over 15 years of experience as an industry economist, working across government, consultancy, and subscription services.

Timothy Warren
Timothy Warren

Vice President, Business Development Canada

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Timothy Warren

Timothy Warren

Vice President, Business Development Canada

Toronto, Canada

Timothy Warren joined Oxford Economics Canada from IHS Automotive where he held Senior Sales responsibilities for OEM accounts offering a variety of services including sales forecasting, market insights, customer and spatial analytics.

Prior to IHS Automotive, Tim worked with MapInfo where he held sales and account responsibilities from such industries as retail, finance, package goods, not-for-profit and telecommunication. In addition, Tim was instrumental in developing key relationships for both data acquisition and predictive analytic partners.

Tim holds an Applied Geography Degree from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada and brings over 24 years of sales and account management experience to the organization.

Tobias Maximilian Wildner

Global Head of Sustainable Finance & Standard Setting at the Value Balancing Alliance

Tobias Maximilian Wildner

Global Head of Sustainable Finance & Standard Setting at the Value Balancing Alliance

Mr. Wildner possesses extensive knowledge and experience in the field of sustainable finance
and regulation, with a track record of over 12 years. His expertise lies in nature-based
sustainable entrepreneurship, finance, and academia. He specializes in making financially and
strategically sound decisions pertaining to nature-related matters, while also navigating
through the corresponding regulatory frameworks. Mr. Wildner frequently lends his expertise
to regulators, standard setters, corporations, and non-profit organizations. Presently, he is
actively engaged in the development of sustainability reporting standards and guidance for
biodiversity (ESRS E4) as well as multiple economic sectors for EFRAG.


Mr. Wildner holds degrees in Business Administration, International Finance, Ecology, and
International Environmental and Financial Law from leading universities in Germany,
England, and Norway. He began his career as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs in
London and New York, then successfully transitioned into entrepreneurship and investment
in the global sustainable finance market, with a specific emphasis on renewable energy and
nature-based solutions.


With over 12 years of expertise in nature-based sustainable entrepreneurship, finance, and
academia, Mr. Wildner regularly provides his knowledge to academic, non-profit, and
governmental stakeholders, including the German Helmholtz & Leibniz Associations, WWF,
NABU, the European Commission, the Bundesbank or the Sustainable Finance Advisory
Committee to the German Government. As an appointed Advisor to the European Financial
Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG), Mr. Wildner is particularly involved in developing
sustainability reporting standards and guidance for biodiversity (ESRS E4) and various
economic sectors.


In his role as Global Head of Sustainable Finance & Standard Setting at the Value Balancing
Alliance, Mr. Wildner provides strategic advice and guidance to renowned international
corporations, including BASF, BMW, Novartis, SAP, and BNP Paribas. He works closely
with leading auditing and consultancy firms as well as standard setters like the ISSB and
TNFD.

Tom Ehrbar

Senior Editor, Thought Leadership

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Tom Ehrbar

Senior Editor, Thought Leadership

New York, United States

Tom Ehrbar sits at the centre of the editorial and production flow for all Thought Leadership studies, overseeing the firm’s primary research activities and managing the group’s extensive global editorial network of more than 500 researchers, writers, and analysts. Tom has worked on a range of research programmes, from global talent and diversity studies to surveys of financial advisors and wealthy investors to global country risk indicators.

Tom joined Oxford Economics in 2012 after two decades at the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), where he managed a team of editors focused on cross-border trade and finance. While at the EIU he also contributed to client research papers on topics ranging from a review of labour trends in the Mozambique mining sector to the prospects for private equity in Latin America. He is the editor of Business International’s Guide to International Licensing (1992). Tom holds a BA in English from Kenyon College.

Tomas Dvorak

Senior Economist

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Tomas Dvorak

Senior Economist

London, United Kingdom

Tomas is a Senior Economist in the Macro and Investor Services' eurozone team. He oversees the coverage of Central and Eastern Europe in addition to producing thematic research on the eurozone and developing modern, data-driven approaches to economic forecasting, including the use of alternative and high-frequency data.

Tomas holds an MA in economics from the University of Glasgow and an MSc in economics from the University College London. He previously worked as a data scientist at KPMG and as an advisor in the European Parliament.

Tony Stillo

Director of Canada Economics

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Tony Stillo

Director of Canada Economics

Toronto, Canada

Tony Stillo is the Director of Canada Economics at Oxford Economics. He leads the team responsible for preparing the macroeconomic forecast for Canada using Oxford Economics' Global Economic Model, reporting on key data releases, as well as producing and presenting research on key issues affecting the Canadian economy. Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2018, Tony spent much of his career at the Ontario Ministry of Finance where he most recently led a team responsible for economic modelling, forecasting and impact analysis.

Trang Pham Thi

Senior Account Manager

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Trang Pham Thi

Senior Account Manager

Frankfurt, Germany

Trang collaborates closely with our corporate, government, and tourism clients, specializing in delivering economic solutions to companies based in DACH, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Poland, and the Czech Republic. Joining Oxford Economics in 2018, she has amassed significant experience in Oxford Services and a diverse client base.

In her role as Senior Account Manager, Trang ensures that our clients optimize the benefits of Oxford Economics Services. Her approach centers around a deep understanding of our client's strategic initiatives and the invaluable use-cases that Oxford Economics can address. Her primary focus lies in achieving client success and fostering lasting relationships—an enduring professional passion. Trang is recognized as a dedicated team player who thrives on collaboration.

Before joining Oxford Economics, Trang garnered experience across various industries, specializing in economic research, field research on the Impact of climate change, sustainability, and multilateral cooperation. Originally from Vietnam and raised in Germany, she has traversed the globe, living and working in the US, South Africa, Switzerland, the Philippines, and India. Fluent in German, English, and Vietnamese, Trang holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Economics from Tübingen University and Cape Town University. She furthered her academic pursuits with a Master's Degree in International Development from Marburg, supported by a scholarship from the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

Trish Korte

Account Manager, OE Africa

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Trish Korte

Account Manager, OE Africa

Paarl, South Africa

Trish started working for Oxford Economics in 2013 as a Client Service Executive. In this role, she supported account managers with administrative functions aimed at retaining clients and growing the business. Her contribution to Oxford Economics Africa’s growth has led to her being promoted to Account Manager in 2022. In her new role, she is responsible for all account management activities which include client relationships, secure renewals and growing the book of business.

Warren Campbell-Johnson

Director, Head of Real Estate UK, Ireland, and Netherlands

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Warren Campbell-Johnson

Director, Head of Real Estate UK, Ireland, and Netherlands

London, United Kingdom

Warren heads up Oxford’s UK Real Estate team and is responsible for strategic and commercial growth across UK, Ireland and Netherlands as well as supporting existing client relationships across the territory. He joined Oxford Economics in 2019 in the London office and has extensive experience and knowledge in the Real Estate industry.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Warren was responsible for developing new logo revenue streams for Grosvenor Systems a software development company producing an all-in-one property management and accounting software solution. Warren is a member of the Society of Property Researchers (SPR).

William Evans

Finance Assistant

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William Evans

Finance Assistant

Oxford, United Kingdom

William started working in the Oxford Economics finance team in January 2022 as a finance assistant. He holds a degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Winchester.

Zack Friedman

Managing Editor, Thought Leadership

Zack Friedman

Managing Editor, Thought Leadership

New York, United States

Zack works with clients across multiple sectors for our Thought Leadership group.

Zack has served as co-founder and CEO of Mentor, a leading fintech company focused on personal finance. He has invested in companies in the financial services, real estate, technology, healthcare and consumer sectors. Prior to Mentor, Zack worked at Blackstone and Morgan Stanley. He has served as a Senior Contributor at Forbes. Zack holds degrees from Harvard, Wharton, Columbia and Johns Hopkins.

Zeek Coleman

Vice President, Americas, Tourism Economics

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Zeek Coleman

Vice President, Americas, Tourism Economics

Dallas, United States

Zeek spearheads the delivery of economic solutions to DMO, association, and corporate clients. He has built a reputation for his ability to translate complex data into meaningful insights.

Prior to joining Tourism Economics, he was Head of Marketing for Tourism & Hospitality at ADARA, where his focus was successfully bringing new solutions to market — nurturing both product adoption and customer retention.

Prior to Adara, Zeek led Visit Savannah as Director of Data Intelligence for over a decade, where he specialized in delivering high-quality data and insights.
In both roles, he emerged as a trusted thought leader on how to deploy travel analytics to maximize impact and has been a regular speaker at industry events.

Zeek brings this skill set into the Tourism Economics product suite, enriching our work in forecasting, economic impact, budget analysis, and the Symphony intelligence platform.

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