Co-Head of the Americas, Sovereign Ratings
Charles Seville is Co-Head of the Americas Sovereign team, based in New York. As lead analyst on the US and Mexico, he is primarily responsible for sovereign ratings and analysis, and for economic forecasts in conjunction with Fitch’s economics team.
Charles joined Fitch in 2006, with responsibility for the analysis of credits in the Middle East and Africa. Charles then moved on to cover sovereign risk in Emerging Europe and was Fitch’s lead analyst for Russia and the Ukraine.
Before joining Fitch Ratings in 2006, he spent five years as a Latin America analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit, and occasional contributor to the Economist newspaper. Prior to that, he worked as a financial journalist and analyst covering emerging markets.
He graduated with a Bsc (Econ) in Government from the London School of Economics and Political Science, before going on to gain an MPhil in Latin American Studies from Cambridge University, and a master’s degree in Economics from Bocconi University in Milan.
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