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Christa Borromeo

Senior Business Development Manager, Canada

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Christa Borromeo

Senior Business Development Manager, Canada

Toronto, Canada

Christa Borromeo joined Oxford Economics Canada from a global economic research and advisory firm where she held account management and growth responsibilities primarily within the financial services sector across Canada, the United States and Latin America.

Prior to this, Christa worked with Gartner Inc. where she held sales and account management responsibilities working with Heads of Private Banking, Commercial Banking, Retail Banking and Operations and their teams across Asia. In addition, Christa led the firm’s Financial Services Practice team and was instrumental in leading key initiatives and developing best practices and relationships in the region.

Christian Savelli

Director, Cruise Analytics, Tourism Economics

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Christian Savelli

Director, Cruise Analytics, Tourism Economics

Philadelphia, United States

Christian Savelli is a seasoned professional with decades of experience in research and intelligence and joined Tourism Economics from Cruise Lines International Association, where for more than six years, he served as Vice President, Research and Business Analytics. He has a rich background in developing business intelligence solutions, conducting analysis and research, and synthesizing input from multiple sources to deliver executive recommendations. Before CLIA, Savelli was the Senior Director of Business Intelligence and Research at MPI (Meeting Professionals International) and Director of Business Intelligence at Maritz Travel. Additionally, he has ten years of experience in the hotel industry and holds an MBA from Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC-Chapel Hill.

Christopher Allsopp

Non-executive Director

Christopher Allsopp

Non-executive Director

London. United Kingdom

Christopher Allsopp is Oxford Economics' Non-Executive Director. He is also a Fellow of New College and Reader in Economic Policy at the University of Oxford.

Christopher recently completed a Review of Statistics for Economic Policymaking (the ‘Allsopp Review’). He is a former Member of the Monetary Policy Committee (2000-03) and of the Court of Directors of the Bank of England (1997-2000). He is the current Editor of the Oxford Review of Economic Policy.

Previous activities include working at HM Treasury, the OECD and the Bank of England (where he was an Adviser from 1980 to 1983) and extensive involvement with domestic and international policy issues as a consultant to international institutions and private-sector organisations. Christopher has published extensively on monetary, fiscal and exchange-rate issues and economic reform and transition problems.  Current research interests include macroeconomic adjustment in the euro area and China.

Christopher Warner

Lead Economist, Economic Impact

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Christopher Warner

Lead Economist, Economic Impact

London, United Kingdom

Chris Warner joined Oxford Economics in 2022 as a Lead Economist in the Economic Impact team.

Since joining Oxford Economics, he has been involved in numerous high-profile economic impact studies in a number of sectors, including tech and digital media.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Chris worked in the economics department of the British Business Bank, and for economic consulting firm Simetrica-Jacobs, where he specialised in cost-benefit analysis and impact evaluation. He has an MSc in International Economics & Economic Policy from Goethe University Frankfurt.

Cobus de Hart

Director of Africa Consulting, OE Africa

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Cobus de Hart

Director of Africa Consulting, OE Africa

Cape Town, South Africa

Cobus is currently the Director of Consulting at Oxford Economics Africa, previously the company’s Chief Economist for North and West Africa. Cobus completed his B.Com Econometric Analysis degree at the University of Stellenbosch, opting to also pursue a B.Com Honours in Economics at the same institution. He spent two years with GSEC, a consultancy focused on strategy realignment services in the public and private sectors, before moving to B&M Analysts as a research analyst and later project manager. During this time, Cobus completed his master’s degree and thereafter completed a D.Com in Economics at the University of South Africa. Cobus has been at Oxford Economics Africa for ten years and has managed and worked on a significant number of bespoke projects for both local and international clients, governments and multilateral institutions.

Conor Nevin

Director, Business Development

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Conor Nevin

Director, Business Development

Dublin, Ireland

Conor Nevin is a Senior Director and Head of Asset Management Sales in the US East Coast, and UK & Ireland territories.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2019, Conor worked at another leading provider of macroeconomic research, Capital Economics, where he managed the North American Sales Teams for five years. Conor’s experience before entering the world of economic research is in financial services, providing investment and financial planning advice to clients in Ireland.

Courtney Egan

Senior Vice President, EMEA

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Courtney Egan

Senior Vice President, EMEA

London and Abu Dhabi

Courtney is the Senior Vice President for Business Development, and since 2018 has been a member of Oxford Economics’ Senior Management Committee and the business development division’s Global Leadership Team. She is also the business development lead for the company’s IT Liaison group, which identifies and prioritises improvement opportunities and serves as a bridge linking the business lines and IT.

Courtney is responsible for managing the strategic growth and development plans for Oxford Economics in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. She splits her time between the UK and UAE, overseeing teams in London, Paris, Frankfurt, Stockholm, Milan and Dubai. She joined the business in 2014, and has since worked in a variety of leadership roles across the UK/Ireland, Middle East, Africa and Greater China.  Courtney has more than 15 years’ experience working in business development, and holds a Master’s degree in International Development from Utrecht University (NL) and a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations & Political Science from Ohio University (USA).

Daniel Crook

Economist, OE Australia

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Daniel Crook

Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Daniel is an economist who joined BIS Oxford Economics in 2020 as part of the graduate program. He has been involved in several consulting projects which included economic due diligence projects for assets transaction sales, scenario modelling, developing macroeconomic models and forecasts as well as conducting strategic cost-benefit analysis and economic impact assessments.

Daniel also has broad economic industry experience through his time working with BIS Oxford Economics’ subscription services. This included analysing and forecasting the construction and mining sectors, as well as the residential and commercial property sectors. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Business (Economics) and a Bachelor of Economics Honours from Queensland University of Technology.

Daniel Diamond

Senior Economist, Economic Impact

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Daniel Diamond

Senior Economist, Economic Impact

New York, United States

Since joining Oxford Economics in 2021, Daniel has completed a number of economic impact studies both in the US and globally for clients such as Pepsi, YouTube, and Visa. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Daniel spent two years with the Overseas Development Institute, acting as an economic policy advisor to the Government of Malawi. He has also worked in anti-trust and competition economics for CRA.

Daniel holds a MSc (Hons.) in economics from the London School of Economics, and a BA (Hons.) in economics from McGill University.

Daniel Harenberg
Daniel Harenberg

Lead Economist, Global Macro

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Daniel Harenberg

Daniel Harenberg

Lead Economist, Global Macro

Frankfurt, Germany

Daniel is a Lead Economist in Oxford Economics’ Global Team. Based in our Frankfurt office, he works on long-term, structural economic questions and provides coverage for the Netherlands. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Daniel was a senior research fellow at the Center for Economic Research of ETH Zurich in Switzerland and at the Research Center SAFE of Goethe University in Frankfurt. Daniel received his PhD in economics from the University of Mannheim and has published in leading international journals such as the International Economic Review and Quantitative Economics.

Daniel Kral
Daniel Kral

Lead Economist

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Daniel Kral

Daniel Kral

Lead Economist

London, United Kingdom

Daniel Kral is a Senior Economist within the macroeconomics forecasting division of Oxford Economics. He joined Oxford Economics in April 2021 in London and leads the coverage of the Nordic region. Daniel holds a Master of Research from University College London where his thesis won the Frank Carter prize for the best post-graduate thesis in 2014.

Daniel Moseley

Lead Economist - Scenarios and Macro Modelling

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Daniel Moseley

Lead Economist - Scenarios and Macro Modelling

London, United Kingdom

Daniel Rahme

Associate Economist, OE Australia

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Daniel Rahme

Associate Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Daniel joined BIS Oxford Economics in 2021 as an Associate Economist with the Due Diligence team. He is involved in a number of private consulting and advisory projects for a range of BIS Oxford Economics clients, with a focus on land registries, residential market analysis, demographic trend analysis, and cost escalation. Prior to joining BIS Oxford Economics, Daniel completed a 1st Class Honours degree at the University of Sydney.

Daniel von Ahlen

Global Macro Strategist

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Daniel von Ahlen

Global Macro Strategist

London, United Kingdom

Daniel is focused on quantitative modelling and developing cross-asset strategy analytics. Before joining Oxford Economics he received a Master's in Economics from Kiel University. In addition, he gathered valuable experience during internships at NORD/LB and Assenagon Asset Management. He joined Oxford Economics as a graduate macro strategist in August 2021.

Darren Anderson

Head of Global Transactions, OE Australia

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Darren Anderson

Head of Global Transactions, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Darren heads up our global transactions team, with a focus on both commercial and economic due diligence. He is also a specialist in freight movements, both at a port level and as the lead on Oxford Economics' global TradePrism service.

Dave Goodger

Managing Director, EMEA, Tourism Economics

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Dave Goodger

Managing Director, EMEA, Tourism Economics

London, United Kingdom

David Goodger is Managing Director, EMEA, Tourism Economics. He has been instrumental in developing the global model of tourism flows and spending, which covers 185 origins and destinations, and he continues to manage regular forecast updates. He also maintains an active role in new product development and consultancy work.

David Goodger is a Director within Tourism Economics and primarily concentrates on tourism demand forecasting and market sizing. He has also taken an active role in further model development for specific purposes, with an emphasis on examining the economic contributions of particular sectors and the impact of different policies. He has conducted a groundbreaking analysis of the business travel sector for the WTTC and the US Travel Association which estimates the return on investment of corporate spending on travel and he has developed models to define destination marketing allocations.

Since joining Oxford Economics in 2000, David Goodger has been involved in a wide range of forecasting and modelling activities. He has been part of the macroeconomic forecasting and the industrial forecasting teams contributing to both regular reports and specific client studies as well as assisting in the development of detailed forecasting and simulation models.

David was educated at the University of Bristol, England, where he gained a first-class degree in Economics with Statistics; and at the London School of Economics and Political Science, England, where he graduated with an MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics.

Dave Simpson

Salesforce Administrator

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Dave Simpson

Salesforce Administrator

Oxford, United Kingdom

Certified Salesforce System Administrator with over ten years experience in Salesforce support and development.

David Anneteg
David Anneteg

Associate Director

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David Anneteg

David Anneteg

Associate Director

Stockholm, Sweden

David Anneteg joined Oxford Economics as the Business Development Manager to develop our client base in Sweden and Finland.

David Levine

Account Manager, Canada

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David Levine

Account Manager, Canada

Toronto, Canada

David joined Oxford Economics Canada in 2021 as the Toronto office’s first Account Manager and manages all relationships within the Canadian client base.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, David held over a decade of experience with Capital Economics, where he both developed new businesses and managed existing client relationships across North America. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from McMaster University and a Certificate of Professional Sales & Sales Management from the University of Toronto.

David Moore

Lead Economist, Macro Consulting

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David Moore

Lead Economist, Macro Consulting

Belfast, United Kingdom

David Moore is a Lead Economist at Oxford Economics in the EMEA macro consulting team and is based in the UK. He is engaged in a wide variety of bespoke consultancy projects, including the development of large-scale macroeconomic models and scenario analysis. Additionally, David manages a large-scale annual project for the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) which measures the economic impact of the Travel & Tourism sector across 185 countries around the world. David also has a wealth of experience in building composite indices for clients including Accenture, Grant Thornton and KPMG.

David has been with Oxford Economics for more than ten years, joining directly after graduating from the Queen’s University of Belfast with a first-class honours degree in Finance in 2012. During the course of his studies, David won various awards and scholarships in recognition of his performance in degree examinations.

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