2017 Summer Economic Update Webinar26 July 2017, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Head of U.S. Macroeconomics, Oxford Economics
Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Gregory was Director, US Macroeconomics at IHS Global Insight. He also worked in the Economic Affairs Department of the Belgian Embassy in Australia and the Permanent Representation of Belgium to the UN in Geneva. Gregory is vice president of the New York Chapter of NABE as well as co-founder and former president of the Boston Chapter of the NABE. He holds a Master of Arts in economics from Boston University, and a Master in Business Administration from Université de Louvain in Belgium.
Director of US. Industry, Oxford Economics
Mark Killion, CFA, is Director of US. Industry at Oxford Economics, with extensive experience in research and modelling for economics and finance, also skilled in the presentation of insightful conclusions and strategies. Killion brings value to companies and governments by developing state-of-the-art products that use innovative metrics to reliably forecast market conditions, and benchmark business performances.
Recent work at Oxford Economics include publishing industry scenarios on likely outcomes of new policies from the incoming Trump administration; conducting regular training sessions with clients on best use and interpretation of indicators to forecast company sales and costs; and delivering custom market analysis and forecasts to a multinational company on the business opportunities and risks faced by their largest clients.
Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Killion served as Managing Director of IHS Global Insight's World Industry Service, and previously at Lincoln Investment Management was Vice President focused on asset allocation strategies and exposures to international investments. Earlier, at Standard & Poor’s DRI, Killion was Principal Economist, covering the Japanese economy and sovereign ratings, also managing the macro-economic forecasts for all countries in the world. Killion earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Indiana University, a Master of Arts in Economics from Boston University, and maintains the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation from The CFA Institute.
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