Alan Budd

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Sir Alan Budd
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Occupation Non-Executive Director
Employer IG Group Holdings
Location London, UK
Website www.iggroup.com

Prominent British economist Sir Alan Budd is a non-executive director of IG Group Holdings. [1] He also serves as Provost of The Queen's College, London, a position he has held since 1999. He is senior adviser to Credit Suisse First Boston, a member of the Advisory Board of London Economics, a consultant to the G7 Group, New York, executive editor of World Economics [2] and a governor of the National Institute. He also chairs the Oxford University Investment Committee. Budd was knighted in 1997. [3]

Background

Sir Alan was chief economic advisor to Tory chancellors between 1991-1997 before becoming a member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee.[4] He was a founding member of the UK-Japan 2000 Group.

Education

Sir Alan went to Oundle public school, and then studied at the London School of Economics and the University of Cambridge, where he obtained a Ph.D. degree.

His academic posts have included the University of Southampton, Carnegie-Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh (Ford foundation visiting professor), and the University of New South Wales (Reserve Bank of Australia visiting professor).

References

  1. Board of Directors. IG Group Holdings.
  2. Editorial Board. World Economics.
  3. Sir Alan Budd Speaker Biography. The EVROPAEVM.
  4. Profile: Sir Alan Budd. BBC News.