Lena Komileva, City veteran and chief economist of market research and economic intelligence consultancy (g+)economics, has spent two decades advising chief executives in banking, custodial, brokerage, and asset allocation, working with institutions like the CFA Institute, the World Gold Council, McKinsey & Co., central banks, and UK public sector finance. From the heart of global capital markets, she has an enviable track record of ahead-of-consensus economic calls on the 2007-9 financial crisis, the euro debt crisis, the post-Covid inflation shock, house prices and policy rates.
Previously head of research at TP ICAP, the world’s largest interdealer broker, and Global Head of Strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman, the oldest U.S. private bank, Lena is a regular voice as expert speaker at policy and industry forums (https://www.gpluseconomics.co.uk/industry).
Lena is a Financial Times and Bloomberg Opinion columnist and a regular expert economist voice on BBC News, BBC Radio 4 Today programme, Bloomberg TV, Sky News and is regularly quoted in the FT, WSJ, Reuters and Bloomberg News. For her latest columns and more information visit https://www.gpluseconomics.co.uk/newsroom/