An Update from Ric Deverell - Chief Economist and Head of Macro Strategy at Macquarie

Join AustCham Shanghai for an exclusive members-only discussion hosted by Macquarie's Chief Economist and Head of Macro Strategy, Ric Deverell.
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AustCham Shanghai's Financial Services Industry Forum brings you a discussion by Ric Deverell, Chief Economist and Head of Macro Research for Macquarie Group. Ric will host an exclusive AustCham Shanghai members-only event discussing trends in financial markets, economic relations between Australia and China, and the global economy.


Ric Deverell
Chief Economist & Head of Macro Research, Macquarie Group

With over 25 years of experience analysing the global economy and financial markets, Ric joined Macquarie from Credit Suisse in New York, where he was Managing Director and Global Head of Fixed Income and Economic Research. During the 2000s, Ric worked at the Reserve Bank of Australia, where he held several senior positions including Deputy Head of the Economic Analysis department and Chief Manager for International Markets and Relations. He ran the Reserve Bank of Australia’s business liaison program during the Great Recession and was Governor Stevens’ G-20 Sherpa during Australia’s host year in 2006. Ric spent the 1990s working in Government, first with the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and then with the Australian Treasury. He headed the Treasury’s Asia section during the Asian Financial Crisis. With a broad range of expertise and relationships across global economics, commodities, fixed income, foreign exchange, emerging markets, equity and credit markets, Ric provides an important perspective to analysing the challenges global economies currently face.

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