Paul Mortimer-Lee is responsible for the global economic coverage of the bank’s team of market economists who are located in the main financial centres. Paul is based in London and has worked for the bank since 1995. Amongst Paul’s recent main focuses have been the financial crisis, the US slowdown, global inflation and global imbalances. Paul writes a regular article for the Nikkei newspaper and is a regular commentator on TV and in other media. Prior to taking up his position with BNP Paribas, Paul worked for many years in what is now the Monetary Analysis Division of the Bank of England, where his most recent position was Division Head for forecasting and conjunctural analysis. He also worked in the Bank’s Gilt Edged and Money Markets Division and on issues relating to regulation and taxation policy. Paul also worked for a time at the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC. Paul was educated at the London School of Economics where he obtained his BSc (Economics) and MSc, specialising in monetary economics.
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