Ubs paul donovan
Mr. paul donovan, global economist, managing director, ubs
UBS Global Wealth Management’s Chief Economist is me. I am convinced that economics is something that everybody can and should learn. We all make economic choices on a regular basis. The issue is that economists want to use jargon and equations to explain economics. We are not required to do so. It is my responsibility to help people understand what they most likely already know – by developing and clearly describing the UBS economic viewpoint. To do so, I conduct research and appear in a variety of print and broadcast outlets. I consider myself a political economist rather than a quantitative economist. In economics, I get really excited about a lot of stuff. Some of the issues I’m interested in are diversity, inflation, education, trade, inequality, and social change.
Prejudice is bad for the economy as we enter the 4th
Paul is UBS Global Wealth Management’s Chief Economist. He is a member of the Global Investment Committee and the UBS Art Board, despite being advised at the age of twelve to avoid studying art. He is a UBS Opinion Leader and a UBS Pride supporter. He is a member of the UBS Women in Economics program and participates in the UBS Nobel Perspectives program.
Paul is in charge of designing and presenting UBS’ economic outlook, as well as marketing UBS’ viewpoint on economics, policy, and politics around the world. He is a reluctant Tweeter on economic problems and appears often in the print and broadcast media. Paul began his career at UBS Investment Bank as an intern in 1992 and rose through the ranks to become a Global Economist before joining Global Wealth Management in August 2016.
Paul holds an Oxford University MA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. He is a member of the Vice-Circle Chancellor’s of Oxford and an Honorary Fellow of St Anne’s College, Oxford, where he serves on the investment committee. He graduated from the University of London with a master’s degree in financial economics. Paul is also a member of the Peter Culverhouse Memorial Trust, which he co-founded (a cancer research and patient care charity). He is a skier and an amateur heavyweight boxer.
Ubs’s paul donovan says we are not in a trade war
Donovan graduated from St Anne’s College, Oxford, with a degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics in 1993. He also holds a University of London MSc in Financial Economics. [three] Donovan is an Honorary Fellow of St Anne’s College and a member of Oxford University’s Vice Chancellor’s Circle. (5)
Donovan began his career at UBS Phillips and Drew, the investment banking arm of UBS, as an intern in the Fixed Income economics department in 1992. He became a global economist in 1995. In June 2016, UBS Wealth Management announced his appointment as Global Chief Economist. He joined UBS in 2004 as a Managing Director and is a member of the Wealth Management Global Investment Committee. [number six]
Donovan and Julie Hudson, a UBS colleague and fellow St Anne’s College alumna, have co-authored two books on environmental economics.
[nine] The book “From Red to Green” looked at the idea of an environmental credit crunch, arguing that, like financial credit, the use of environmental capital can be thought of as an inter-temporal transfer of living standards, and that the implications of a credit crunch can be extended to environmental issues. The following book, “Food Policy and the Environmental Credit Crunch,” looked at how food production and demand is reliant on non-renewable resources, and how this could be addressed in the future to ensure a sustainable food supply. The need to manage waste with holistic strategies, rather than looking at individual parts of the food distribution process in isolation, was a key point. [eight]
Ubs’ donovan: there’s no great level of fear over the
Paul Donovan began his career at UBS in 1992. He is in charge of developing and delivering UBS Investment Research’s global economic outlook. Mr. Donovan is a co-author of the journal Global Economic Perspectives and a contributor to Global Economic Specials. He can be seen on CNN, Bloomberg TV, and CNBC on a regular basis.
Mr. Donovan attended Oxford University and earned a degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. He graduated from the University of London with a master’s degree in financial economics. Mr. Donovan is a co-founder of the Peter Culverhouse Memorial Trust, which raises funds for cancer research, as well as an economic advisor to the East London Business Alliance.