Simon Derrick (Bank of New York Mellon): Eurozone Crisis and the Prospect for Future Growth
Simon Derrick is a managing director of The Bank of New York Mellon and is head of the bank's Currency Strategy team. Simon established the team over a decade ago and has been responsible for its development into one of the pre-eminent voices in the FX markets. His views on Chinese currency policy matters and on developments within the Euro-zone are frequently quoted in the financial media.
Prior to heading up BNYM's currency strategy team, Simon ran The Bank of New York's European FX sales team for four years. Previously, he worked in sales and proprietary trading roles at Midland Bank (now part of HSBC), Banque Indosuez (now part of Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank) and Citibank. He is an honours graduate in geography from University College London.
This is a talk sponsored by the Centre for Economic Growth and Policy.
- BNY Mellon Morning Briefing by Simon Derrick, 19 Dec 2011
- BNY Mellon Morning Briefing by Simon Derrick, 9 Dec 2011
- Powerpoint presentation for talk