Chief Economic Advisor
Chris Marsh is the Chief Economic Advisor for Exante Data. Since joining Exante in 2020, Chris has been the contributing editor to our substack Money: Inside and Out, writing on central banking and macroeconomics, as featured in the Financial Times, including Martin Wolf’s column on the demise of money in central banking and the role of broad money in understanding the post-pandemic reflation.
Chris Marsh studied economics at the University of Cambridge, U.K., and holds a MSc and PhD in international macroeconomics from Warwick University, U.K., and was a visiting Marie Curie scholar at the International Economics Unit of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. Before joining Exante, Chris worked at the International Monetary Fund for 7 years becoming an expert in financial programming and sustainability, challenging the institutional understanding of adjustment under fixed exchange rates and sudden financing stops. Chris’ interests lie in global macro-financial linkages, central bank balance sheets, debt sustainability, and emerging markets.