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Lloyd Barton
Lloyd Barton

Associate Director

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Lloyd Barton

Lloyd Barton

Associate Director

Oxford, United Kingdom

Lloyd Barton is an Associate Director in the EMEA Macroeconomic Consultancy division and Oxford Economics’ Head of Global Trade. His areas of specialism include macro forecasting & scenario analysis, international trade, banking & financial markets, real estate and commercial advisory for infrastructure transactions. Lloyd has managed large-scale economic consulting projects for a variety of clients in both the public and private sectors; he also currently manages Oxford Economics’ Global Trade Service.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2009, Lloyd worked for two years as a Principal Researcher in the Financial Stability Department of Canada’s central bank. He has also previously worked as a Senior Economist at the UK’s Financial Services Authority, as well as the economics practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers. Lloyd holds degrees in Economics from the Universities of Cambridge and Warwick.

Marcos Casarin

Chief Economist for Latin America

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Marcos Casarin

Chief Economist for Latin America

Mexico City, Mexico

Matthew Davis

Senior Associate Director, UK&I Corporate

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Matthew Davis

Senior Associate Director, UK&I Corporate

London

Matthew is based in our London office and leads the Business Development team with responsibilities for corporate and government clients in the UK & Ireland. Having joined Oxford Economics in 2015 he has extensive experience and knowledge in building tailored solutions  for clients within both the public and private sectors and has a passion for establishing and maintaining lasting relationships with clients. Matthew holds a degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Kent. 

Matthew Pritchard

Head of Business Development, Middle East

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Matthew Pritchard

Head of Business Development, Middle East

Dubai

Matthew heads-up the subscriptions sales team in the Middle East and is responsible for strategic and commercial activities across the region. He joined the team in 2021 and is based in our Dubai office. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Matthew was a Sales Director at Fitch Solutions covering business development across the Middle East having moved to Dubai from London to help set-up their UAE office in 2015. Matthew holds a Master’s degree in Management (with a speciality in International Business) and a Batchelor’s degree in Philosophy, both from the University of Sheffield.

Michael Kleiman
Michael Kleiman

Head of Macro Consulting, Americas

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Michael Kleiman

Michael Kleiman

Head of Macro Consulting, Americas

New York

Michael Kleiman is an Associate Director and leads the Macroeconomic Consulting team in North America. Since joining Oxford Economics in 2014 Mike has led a variety of consulting projects, including assessments of trade policy, energy policy, and climate regulation. Mike also led the development of Oxford Economics’ Canadian Provincial and Territorial Model (CPTM), a large-scale, detailed bottom-up model of the Canadian economy covering all thirteen provinces and territories.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Mike worked as an economist in the New York representative office of the Banca d'Italia covering macroeconomic, political, and financial system issues in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. He holds a Masters degree in Economics from New York University and a Bachelors degree in Computer Engineering from Tufts University.

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Neil McCullough

Director of Cities Consultancy

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Neil McCullough

Director of Cities Consultancy

Belfast

Neil McCullough is Director of Cities Consultancy. He is responsible for leading economic-impact and forecasting studies across the UK, Local Enterprise Partnerships, and local authorities. He also manages a team of economists in Belfast, London, and New York, who focus on international consultancy assignments.

Neil has extensive experience in both quantitative and qualitative research methods, with particular emphasis on economic-impact studies, econometric modelling and economic profiling/forecasting. Neil has over 12 years experience undertaking assignments for both public and private sector clients. Recent projects include user-friendly economic-impact models for the Olympic Host Boroughs and the Heart of the South West LEP. He regularly works for international corporations, responding to their individual needs with tailored approaches. Neil graduated in 2000 with a degree in economics from the University of Ulster, Jordanstown. He later obtained an MSc in Finance with distinction from Queen’s University Belfast in 2002. During this period, Neil worked with the Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre (NIERC). Prior to joining Oxford Economics he worked as a Senior Economist at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Neil Walker

Director of Macro Modelling and Scenarios

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Neil Walker

Director of Macro Modelling and Scenarios

London

Neil is currently Director of Macro Modelling and scenarios, based in London after spending 5 years in New York where he led the Macroeconomic Consultancy in the Americas.

Having initially worked in various financial roles where he became a member of the Charted Institute of Management Accounts he joined Oxford Economics in September 2012 working on country forecasts and the global scenario service. Following his move to New York, he became involved in a number of regulatory scenarios including work on CCAR, DFAST, HKMA, CECL and IFRS9. He also worked on a number of model development projects to expand the Global Economic model. Since his return to London, he has headed the Macroeconomic modelling and scenarios team, overseeing the production and development of Oxford Economics Global Economic model as well as leading consultancy projects.

Nick Stavropoulos
Nick Stavropoulos

Vice President, Business Developement, Midwest

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Nick Stavropoulos

Nick Stavropoulos

Vice President, Business Developement, Midwest

Chicago, United States

Nick Stavropoulos brings two decades of financial services insights and corporate strategy consulting experience from such organizations as The Economist, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services, and The Northern Trust. He has significant experience in crafting bespoke research projects for international corporations, government agencies, and multilateral organizations seeking to align their initiatives and better understand their strategic and operational challenges.

Nick holds his Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Political Science from The University of Illinois and is based in Chicago.

Noelani King Conradie

Managing Director, Oxford Economics Africa

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Noelani King Conradie

Managing Director, Oxford Economics Africa

Cape Town

Noelani King Conradie is the managing director for Oxford Economics Africa. Towards the end of 2002, Noelani decided to launch an independent economic service and founded NKC Independent Economists. The business has since grown into a team of over 30 people and in 2015 Noelani sold a majority stake in NKC to Oxford Economics. The company name was then rebranded as NKC African Economics. In September 2021, NKC African Economics decided to fully align its brand with its majority shareholder and became known as Oxford Economics Africa.

Noelani obtained her BCom (Honours) degree from the University of Pretoria, receiving distinctions for both her undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Her career started in 1995 at RMB Asset Management, before she became a financial economist at Absa Corporate Bank's treasury department. After a period in the stock-brokering arena at SG Frankel Pollak Securities, she relocated to Cape Town to start an economics department at PSG Investment Bank in 1999.

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Norihiro Yamaguchi

Senior Economist

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Norihiro-Yamaguchi

Norihiro Yamaguchi

Senior Economist

Tokyo

Norihiro is a Senior Economist at Oxford Economics. Based in Tokyo, he is engaged in forecasting and analysing Japanese and APAC economy. Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2021, he worked as an economist at Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance in Tokyo for 9 years, covering Japan's economy, European economy, and global financial markets. During his time at Meiji Yasuda, he has written quarterly economic outlook, and thematic reports on macroeconomic developments and insurance capital regulations. He holds a Master's degree in public policy from the University of Chicago in the United States, and a Bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Tokyo.

Paul de Cintra

Director Middle East

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Paul de Cintra

Director Middle East

Dubai

Paul de Cintra is a Director based at our Dubai office and London where he focuses on project development and support across the Middle East.

Paul started his career as an Economist at National Westminster Bank focused on country risk analysis and then moved to BT where he worked as an econometrician. The focus here was on developing innovative forecasting systems and developing associated training and education programmes for management from board level down. Paul then moved into economic consulting. More recently Paul worked at Experian where he led the development of credit risk scores "with economic foresight built-in". Paul holds a BA (Hons) degree from Durham University in Economics and an MSc from City of London (Guildhall) University in Econometrics.

Pete Collings

Director of Economic Impact Consulting, Europe & Middle East

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Pete Collings

Director of Economic Impact Consulting, Europe & Middle East

London

Pete Collings leads Oxford Economics’ Economic Impact Consulting teams in Europe and the Middle East. During his time at Oxford Economics, Pete has managed and conducted a number of large consulting projects including a major global economic impact study of Etihad Airways, a project assessing the contribution Rolls-Royce makes to both the UK and the global economy, Oxford Economics’ impact work for Abu Dhabi Ports Company, several pieces assessing the economic impact of nuclear power in the UK, a number of studies exploring Gatwick Airport’s economic contribution and research assessing Boeing’s employment impact on the EU.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2009, Pete worked in the Fiscal Policy Unit of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs, Zanzibar, on the ODI Fellowship Scheme. He has degrees from the University of York and the University of London.

Peter Suomi

Senior Vice President, Americas & Co-Managing Director, Oxford Economics USA

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Peter Suomi

Senior Vice President, Americas & Co-Managing Director, Oxford Economics USA

New York

Peter Suomi is the Senior Vice President and head of business for the company in the Americas, including the United States, Canada and Latin America. He also serves as the Co-Managing Director for the firm's operations in the Americas and is a member of Oxford Economics global Senior Management Team.

Prior to his role in the Americas, Peter was based in Singapore where he was the head of the firm's business in Asia-Pacific, including operations in Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan & Australia. He also led the firm's expansion on the West Coast US, setting up operations in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Before joining Oxford, Peter held a number of management positions in both the US and globally. He worked at the Economist Intelligence Unit for seven years, in New York, Australia, Singapore, and India, and was instrumental in the opening of the offices in Sydney and Delhi.

Peter holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley and a BA in economics and political science from the University of Michigan.

Pierre Delage
Pierre Delage

Managing Director

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Pierre Delage

Pierre Delage

Managing Director

Paris

Pierre graduated from Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP Business School) in 2000, then pursued an MSc in Macroeconomics at Paris-Dauphine University with a thesis on macroeconomic equilibrium, and a BA in Philosophy from Paris-Sorbonne University. After a short experience at Arthur Andersen, he joined the internet holding of Vivendi as a financial analyst. Turning to economics through his MSc, he joined Oxford Economics in 2004 in Oxford as an economist covering Asian and European economies. Pierre came back to Paris in 2007 to set up Oxford Economics operations on the Continent. He is now heading the Paris office which covers France, Iberia, Belgium and French-speaking Africa.

Priyanka Kishore

Head of India and South East Asia Macro Services

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Priyanka Kishore

Head of India and South East Asia Macro Services

Singapore

Priyanka Kishore has more than a decade’s experience in macroeconomic research and forecasting across emerging markets, with a special focus on India and ASEAN.

She currently leads Oxford Economics’ Singapore Global Macro Services team and is responsible for overseeing the firm’s South and South East Asia research. Her role includes co-ordinating OE’s Asia views and forecasts, undertaking related consultancy work and doing client presentations. In addition, she specializes in macro-modelling and scenario analysis aimed at quantifying the short and medium-term impact of exogenous shocks on different economies.

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Rakan Mosely

Vice President of Business Development

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Rakan Mosely

Vice President of Business Development

California, United States

As Vice President of Business Development, Rakan Mosely leads Oxford Economics’ expansion into the Western United States. He has established a new office for us in Santa Monica, California, where he will be promoting our elite offering of economic subscription and consultancy services to major institutional entities, investors, and corporate strategic planners.

Rakan brings a wealth of experience to his new role, having spearheaded the growth of our Asset Management business since 2014. He previously held roles in private wealth management for Citi and more recently oversaw new business and account management for BCA Research in the U.K. He is a specialist in identifying the global business requirements of chief strategists and has worked extensively within financial markets and blue-chip corporations

Richard Holt

Director of Global Cities Research

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Richard Holt

Director of Global Cities Research

London

Richard is a key member of our cities team, working on both our standard forecasting and scenario services and on bespoke consultancy projects for individual clients. He is particularly interested in the long-run drivers of regional and city performance, how these relate to macroeconomic factors, and whether or not policy interventions help to improve performance at the local and regional levels. Richard leads many of our flagship projects and presents regularly, both online and at conferences and other events. His career has included spells in New York and Birmingham, England, with a variety of economic consultancies and forecasters. He is an independent director of the outdoor arts consortium Without Walls; a trustee of the Property Research Trust; and in 2020 was the joint winner of the prestigious Rybczynski Prize awarded by the Society of Professional Economists for the year’s best piece of writing on economics: How robots change the world: their impact on regional inequalities.

Ron Glickman
Ron Glickman

Business Development Director

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Ron Glickman

Ron Glickman

Business Development Director

Boston, United States

Ron joined Oxford Economics in November of 2014 as Business Development Director, Industry Intelligence & Corporate Strategy

Ron Glickman is responsible for developing new logo sales at Oxford Economics within the subscription suite of products. Ron has over 15 years of sales experience at both large companies, as well as smaller start-up environments.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Ron spent 5 years at IHS in the Global Insight divisions, as well as the Chemical division where he was responsible for new logo sales and business development.

Sam Moore

Managing Director, Economic Consultancy

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Sam Moore

Managing Director, Economic Consultancy

London

Sam Moore is Managing Director, Economic Consultancy in charge of economic impact and cities services at Oxford Economics. He manages Oxford Economics’ London office and is responsible for coordinating and managing many of Oxford Economics’ major consultancy projects.

Sam manages projects across all sectors of the economy and has lead Oxford’s recent work for Airbus, AT&T, BAE Systems, CBI, Deloitte, Etihad Airways, GE, JLL, Pinewood Studios, Rolls-Royce, SAP, UK Space Agency, UPS, and the World Wide Web Foundation.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics Sam spent the previous eight years with Experian, where he managed a team of economists responsible for economic modelling. Prior to joining Experian in 1998, Sam worked in the macroeconomics division at the Office for National Statistics. He graduated from Warwick University, from which he also has an MSc in Economics, gaining a distinction for his dissertation.

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