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Evghenia Sleptsova

Senior EM Economist

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Evghenia Sleptsova

Senior EM Economist

London, United Kingdom

Evghenia is part of the Global Emerging Markets Research team, where she manages the workflow on our global risk frameworks – Sovereign, currency and banking sector risk tools, and covers Ukraine as a macroeconomist. Evghenia has over 15 years of research and consulting experience in macroeconomics, country and sovereign risk analysis and international trade. In her earlier career, she covered Russia, CIS and CEE, as well as global risk products. Evghenia worked at Roubini Global Economics, London, at KPMG and European Commission Delegation (Moldova), and Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (Ukraine).

Fabian Juarez Padilla

Assistant Economist, Economic Impact

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Fabian Juarez Padilla

Assistant Economist, Economic Impact

New York, United States

Fabian joined our Economic Impact team in 2023, bringing over five years of experience in economic research in both Spanish and English. He holds a master’s degree from NYU and has a proven track record of managing large-scale projects in partnership with the World Bank and other international development institutions. At Oxford, Fabian has specialized in survey analysis for economic impact and consumer valuation projects, leveraging his background to deliver insightful and actionable results for our clients.

Federico Chirico

Head of Consulting Business Development - Asia

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Federico Chirico

Head of Consulting Business Development - Asia

Singapore

Federico Chirico is a business professional with over 15 years of experience in thought leadership, strategy consulting, and sales. He currently serves as the Head of Business Development for Asia at Oxford Economics, where he leads the firm's efforts in consulting across various sectors.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Federico held various positions at The Economist Group and Thomson Reuters, where he gained extensive experience in EMEA and South East Asia. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Genova, a Master's degree from the University of Leicester, and a Postgraduate Diploma from Stanford University. His areas of expertise include technology, sustainability, and healthcare.

Felicity Hannon
Felicity Hannon

Associate Director, Climate Scenarios & Macroeconomic Modelling

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Felicity Hannon

Felicity Hannon

Associate Director, Climate Scenarios & Macroeconomic Modelling

Oxford, United Kingdom

Felicity Hannon is an Associate Director of Oxford Economics’ Climate Scenarios and Macroeconomic Modelling team and has been in this role for over four years. Felicity is responsible for the publication of climate scenarios and regular research on the economic impact of climate change for the new Global Climate Service. She oversees a number of consultancy projects at OE including climate regulatory stress testing and bespoke scenario analysis. Felicity also worked with her team to introduce climate change scenario levers on the Global Economic Model. Previously, Felicity worked as a senior policy advisor at HM Treasury.

Felipe Camargo

Senior Economist, Latin America

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Felipe Camargo

Senior Economist, Latin America

Mexico City, Mexico

Felipe is a Senior Economist at Oxford Economics, based in Mexico City. Born in Brazil, he is currently responsible for the macroeconomic forecast for Argentina and Chile, as well as bespoke research for Emerging Market economies, with a focus on Latin America. Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2019, Felipe worked as a macro strategist for Brazil's third biggest pension fund, Funcef. He currently holds an MSc in economics from Fundacao Getulio Vargas (FGV), in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Fen Nicole Coxen

HR Operations Specialist - Human Resources, OE Africa

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Fen Nicole Coxen

HR Operations Specialist - Human Resources, OE Africa

South Africa

Fen is the HR Operations Specialist for the Oxford Economics Africa office. She brings over 15 years of HR experience, gained from working in the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa. Fen is a passionate and dedicated HR professional whose mission is create a positive and inclusive work environment that encourages self expression, honesty, respect and integrity.

Florent Guillarme

Associate Director, Business Development

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Florent Guillarme

Associate Director, Business Development

Paris, France

Florent graduated from a Master degree at IAE Bordeaux while he holds a BA in Business from South Korea (Hallym University). He first gains some experience developing a start-up among the water industry in Mexico and then by planning the strategic development and selling services for the TV industry in Brazil before joining Oxford Economics.

Francesca Biagini

Senior Economist, Economic Impact

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Francesca Biagini

Senior Economist, Economic Impact

London, United Kingdom

Francesca Jones

Lead Economist

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Francesca Jones

Lead Economist

London, United Kingdom

Francesca is a Senior Economist in the Scenarios and Modelling team. Her current area of focus is running bespoke climate change scenarios for international clients, as well as building bespoke and integrated models for clients and enhancing the Global Economic Model.

Last year Francesca took a year out to complete her Masters in Economics from the University of Surrey and achieved a distinction.

Francesco Antonio Chirillo

Economist

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Francesco Antonio Chirillo

Economist

London, United Kingdom

Francesco is an Economist on the Global Industry Service at Oxford Economics. He is responsible for the sectoral forecasts of the mechanical engineering sector. Alongside that, he works on a number of bespoke consultancy projects with a focus on the ones pertinent to the engineering sector.

Before joining Oxford Economics, he worked for a year as an econometric analyst at OMD. There, in addition to building mix marketing regression models for various clients, he implemented automation workflows for the extraction and processing of data. Francesco holds an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and a BSc in Economics from King’s College London. He is fluent in English, Italian and Spanish.

Francois Conradie

Lead Political Economist, OE Africa

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Francois Conradie

Lead Political Economist, OE Africa

Cape Town, South Africa

François Conradie is a Lead Political Economist at OE Africa. He studied a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Stellenbosch, and holds an MPhil in Futures Studies from the same university. He began his career in marketing, then spent three years in financial services in Tunisia and Morocco. He started doing analysis for OE Africa in August 2011 and was Head of Research from 2016 to 2019. In his current role he pilots research on political risk in Africa, while covering politics in North and West Africa and economics in Morocco.

Gary Wang

Economist, OE Australia

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Gary Wang

Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Gary is an economist who joined the macroeconomic consulting team at the start of 2022. Gary has worked on multiple projects since joining BIS Oxford Economics, including demographic analysis for the Australian property market, and macroeconomic scenario analysis for the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO).

Prior to joining, he worked at the Reserve Bank of Australia for two years, where he worked on analysing and forecasting banknote demand in Australia and analysing the foreign exchange market.

Gary holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) and Bachelor of Economics Honours (First Class) from the University of New South Wales.

George Armitage
George Armitage

Managing Director, Global Real Estate & Specialist Markets Group

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George Armitage

George Armitage

Managing Director, Global Real Estate & Specialist Markets Group

London, United Kingdom

George is responsible for managing and co-ordinating Oxford’s Global Real Estate division including all sales, product development and business strategy. George also heads up Oxford’s Specialist Markets Group, focusing on global growth across Oxford’s Tourism, BIS and NKC economic business groups.

George is a member of the senior management committee and has spent 9 years with Oxford, after joining in 2012 to set up its real estate division. His main responsibilities include growing Oxford Economics’ presence within the real estate sector throughout EMEA, Asia and the Americas.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, George held roles with Real Capital Analytics (RCA) as Director of Business Development EMEA, Manager at CoStar UK and as an Associate for Savills Plc.
George is a member of the Society of Property Researchers (SPR), US Pension Real Estate Association (PREA) Research Affinity Group, The Investment Property Forum (IPF), Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Old Harrovian Property Club (OHPC).

George studied at Zurich International Business School, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and Northumbria University (UK).

George Bai

Graduate Economist, OE Australia

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George Bai

Graduate Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

George is a Graduate Economist helping to produce the Global Construction Service. The service provides comprehensive analysis and forecasts on building and infrastructure construction across the world. He holds an honours in Economics and has extensive programming experience.

Georleni Rodriguez

Business Development Manager, Latin America

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Georleni Rodriguez

Business Development Manager, Latin America

New York, United States

Georleni recently joined Oxford Economics as the Head of Business Development for the Latin American region. Previously, Geo was the Account Executive heading the Latin American region for an Enterprise Architecture company by the name of Orbus Software.

Rodriguez received his B.A. in History from SUNY Binghamton in May 2014.

Gerrit van Rooyen

Economist, OE Africa

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Gerrit van Rooyen

Economist, OE Africa

Paarl, South Africa

Gerrit van Rooyen has led the analysis of country risks and macroeconomic forecasts for several sub-Saharan African countries at Oxford Economics Africa for more than six years. The countries he has covered includes South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Mauritius, Mozambique, Angola, Sao Tome and Principe, and Cape Verde. Gerrit has postgraduate degrees in Financial Economics and Journalism from the University of Stellenbosch and worked as a financial journalist at Media24 for nearly three years before joining Oxford Economics Africa. He was named Business Journalist of the Year at the 2015 Media24 Legends Awards and was also the overall winner of the 2022 Focus Economics Analyst Award for Angola, beating other top macroeconomic forecasters, such as Fitch Solutions, EIU, and JP Morgan.

Glenda V. Wagner

HR Director, Americas

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Glenda V. Wagner

HR Director, Americas

New York, United States

Glenda is the HR Director, Americas, overseeing a seamless HR function in the Americas region. As a member of OE’s Global HR team, she manages a team of global HR professionals, and spearheads the Global People Experience team. Her expertise lies in the essential areas of Talent Management, Benefits, Policy Development, and Strategic Planning, ensuring a thriving workforce.

Prior to joining OE, Glenda held various diverse roles. She worked at a non-profit organization where she held the position of HR and Operations Director. In this role, Glenda, oversaw multiple teams across various locations in Brooklyn and Queens, transforming communities. She held the role of AVP on the Banknotes Sales team at HSBC Bank, USA where she covered the repatriation of US currency in emerging markets in Africa. Most impactful, Glenda served as a Sergeant in the USMC Reserves for 6+ years. In the Marines she learned discipline, dedication and gained a strong sense of commitment to service and leadership.

Graeme Harrison

Director of EMEA, Macro Consulting

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Graeme Harrison

Director of EMEA, Macro Consulting

London, United Kingdom

Graeme Harrison is the Director of EMEA, Macro Consulting. Previously Graeme was Associate Director in Oxford Economics’ Economic Impact and Cities Team. Graeme has managed large-scale macroeconomic modelling and economic consulting projects across the globe for public and corporate clients such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the Abu Dhabi Department for Economic Development, Indonesia’s state planning agency Bappenas, the UK Department for International Development and the Big Four professional services firms.

Graeme also currently manages Oxford Economics’ African and Middle East Cities Forecasting Service and led the development of the Global Cities Forecasting Service covering the world’s largest 750+ cities. Graeme’s areas of specialism include macroeconomic model building, international development and education & skills.

Graeme has also previously acted as a macroeconomic technical advisor to finance ministries in Uganda and South Sudan. Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2006, Graeme spent two years as a Senior Economist working for the Ugandan Ministry of Finance through the distinguished Overseas Development Institute (ODI) Fellowship Programme.

Graeme graduated from Queen’s University in 2002 with a first-class honours degree in Finance and received the Financial Times award for outstanding performance. Graeme later obtained an MSc Finance with distinction, also from Queen’s.

Graham Robinson
Graham Robinson

Global Infrastructure and Construction Lead

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Graham Robinson

Graham Robinson

Global Infrastructure and Construction Lead

London, United Kingdom

Graham is the Global Infrastructure and Construction Lead at Oxford Economics.

He is also the Global Business Consultant at Pinsent Masons LLP - the world's top-ranked firm of lawyers for construction. He has 35 years of experience in the infrastructure and construction sector.

He is one of the world's leading global construction economists, according to Engineering News Record (ENR) in the US. He leads consultancy assignments and is an author of Global Construction 2030 and many other industry reports and writes regularly for journals and other media.

Graham was previously a Partner and Head of Management Consulting for one of the largest global management and construction consultants and he was Commercial Director of the renowned Centre for Strategic Studies in Construction as a part of the School of Construction Management and Engineering at the University of Reading - a recognised global centre of excellence in construction strategy.

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