Bank of America
Claudio Irigoyen is a managing director and head of Latin America Economics and Foreign Exchange & Fixed Income Strategy, including external and local debt. Prior to joining BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research in 2011, he served for four years as head of Global Macro Trading at Deutsche Bank Proprietary Trading. Prior to that, he was chief economist and director of monetary policy at the Central Bank of Argentina for five years.
Irigoyen has a bachelor’s degree in accountancy from the Universidad Nacional de Rosario in Argentina, a master’s degree in economics from Centro de Estudios Macroeconómicos de Argentina and both a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago. He is based in New York.
– What does a slowing global economy mean for Latin America and the Caribbean? · Which countries are most exposed to the worsened global conditions, why? · What is the impact of trade tension on LAC? · The EU-Mercosur free trade agreement has finally been reached – what are the challenges to its implementation? · […]