Carney Joins Macro Advisory Partners
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: February 1, 2022
Former Bank of Canada and Bank of England governor Mark Carney has been appointed senior counsellor at geopolitical and economics advisory firm Macro Advisory Partners.
Carney will advise the firm’s clients on issues such as the global post-pandemic economy, the impact of fiscal and monetary policymaking on international markets, the evolving digital currency landscape, and the outlook for global trade.
At a time when global markets, policy and politics interact more powerfully than ever before, MAP says it is delighted to add Mark Carney’s outstanding counsel to its global advisory offering. It adds that Carney’s understanding of the complex dynamics of the global economy, based on his roles at the highest levels of economic and financial policymaking, will strengthen MAP’s strategic capabilities on matters that are paramount to the outlook for global businesses.
“Our clients look to us for advice in navigating a global economy defined by rising inflation pressures, US-China competition, geopolitical volatility, a complex energy transition, cyber risk and transformative digitalisation,” says Nader Mousavizadeh, MAP founding partner and CEO. “Mark’s strategic counsel, drawing on his unique background in global finance and outstanding leadership in central banking, will enable us to match our leading geopolitical advice with global economic insight of exceptional value and impact.”
Carney adds, “Now more than ever leaders are challenged by the complex intersection of global economic forces, politics and corporate strategy, and I look forward to working with MAP’s leadership in counselling the firm’s clients to success.”