Gavyn is a Founder and the Chairman of Fulcrum – a $5bn independent asset management firm. Prior to Fulcrum, Gavyn was Chairman of the BBC from 2001. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1986 and became Partner in 1988 when he also became the Chief Economist as well as Chairman of the Research Department until he left in 2001. Gavyn was a member of H.M.Treasury Independent Forecasting Panel (1992-1997). He joined the Government’s Policy Unit as an Economist (1974) and was an Economic Policy Adviser to the British Prime Minister (1976-1979). Gavyn graduated in Economics from Cambridge in 1972 followed by two years of research at Oxford. In this podcast we discuss:
Difference between public and private sector economics
Should governments listen to markets?
What explains low productivity
Do macro traders have an edge?
Framework for asset allocation
Changes to investment approach since COVID
Why inflation will stay higher than many think
Upside risks to oil markets
Larry Summers vs Paul Krugman
Why bank crisis is not the same as global financial crisis
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