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Paul Donovan

Paul Donovan

Deputy Head of Global Economics London (GBR)

Paul Donovan is a managing director and senior global economist at UBS, having joined the bank in 1992. He is an honorary fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford, and a member of the University's Vice Chancellor's Circle. Paul has an MA in philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford University and an MSc in financial economics from the University of London.

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Larry Hatheway

Larry Hatheway

Chief Economist, UBS Investment Bank London (GBR)

Larry Hatheway is a managing director and chief economist at UBS Investment Bank. He is a member of the Investment Bank’s Securities Research Executive Committee, the UBS UK pension plan’s Investment Policy Committee, and the UBS Wealth Management’s Global Investment Committee.

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Sebastian Lancetti

Sebastian Lancetti

Quantitative Analyst London (GBR)

Sebastian Lancetti heads the Equity Quantitative Research team in the US. Sebastian joined UBS in March 2007 after spending several years as a quantitative analyst at Dresdner Kleinwort in London. He has an MSc in finance from the London Business School and is a CFA charterholder.

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Scott Blanchard

Scott Blanchard

Senior Sales Trader Hong Kong (HKG)

Scott Blanchard has lived in Asia for the last 20 years with stints in Taiwan, Korea and Hong Kong. He has spent time on both the buy (Buena Vista) and sell (ABN-Amro, Goldman Sachs) sides. He joined UBS in June 2011.

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Simon Penn

Simon Penn

Multi-Asset Class Sales London (GBR)

Simon Penn is a policy analyst on the UBS Multi-Asset Sales desk, covering the largest UK/European institutional multi-asset accounts and providing macro-oriented themes and trade ideas. Prior to joining the multi-asset desk, Simon spent 11 years on the fixed income futures desk.

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John Savercool

John G. Savercool

Senior Lobbyist and Head of UBS's US Office of Public Policy Washington, DC (USA)

John Savercool serves as senior lobbyist and managing director of UBS Americas Inc., which covers all of the primary business units within UBS, including the Investment Bank, Wealth Management and Global AM. In this capacity, John directs the firm’s lobbying, political and policy advocacy efforts at the federal level.

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Andrew Cates

Andrew Cates

Senior Economist Singapore (SGP)

Andy Cates is a senior international economist at UBS Investment Bank, responsible for formulating and presenting the bank's global economic views. Andy has made appearances on Bloomberg, CNBC, the BBC and Channel News Asia. Andy has a BA from York University and an MA from Southampton University.

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Robert Strebel

Robert Strebel

Sales – Global Rates Products Stamford (USA)

Robert Strebel heads the US rates hedge funds sales team. Robert joined UBS in 1997 to cover US financial institutions as a derivatives specialist, and later moved to UBS London to cover hedge funds for G10 rates. In 2007, Robert came back to Stamford, CT, where he now covers hedge funds based in New York, London, Geneva and Tokyo.

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Richard Longmore

Geoffrey Yu

Senior FX Strategist London (GBR)

Geoffrey Yu is an executive director with the fundamental strategy team in London. He covers G10 currencies and China, and is responsible for originating trade ideas and for short- and medium-term forecasts of global currencies for both internal and external clients. He authors FX Morning Advisor, FX Comments and other UBS publications.

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Alexander Novak

Alexander Novak

Japan Salestrading & APAC Derivative Sales Hong Kong (HKG)

Alexander Novak is a member of the Japan Sales and Trading and APAC Derivative Sales team. After joining UBS as a new graduate in 2005, Alexander spent four years in Japan trading all products. He has been in Hong Kong since 2009, working in a similar capacity.

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Andreas Maag

Andreas Maag

Head of Precious Metals Distribution EMEA/APAC Zurich (CHE)

Andreas Maag is the head of Precious Metals Physical Sales EMEA/APAC and Global Precious Metals WM sector. Prior to taking up his Zurich post in January 2007, he spent time at SBC Switzerland, CCF Paris, SBC Precious Metals desk in New York, SBC Bahrain and UBS Geneva.

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Dasha Burns

Director, Central Bank Sales New York (USA)

Dasha Burns is a central bank salesperson at UBS, responsible for covering central banks, sovereign wealth funds and real money institutions. Prior to joining UBS in September 2013, Dasha spent six years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in the rates sales group. Dasha has a BA in economics and a certificate in finance from Princeton University. She is a chartered financial analyst.

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Lutfey Siddiqi

Lutfey Siddiqi

APAC Co-Head, Foreign Exchange & Precious Metals Singapore (SGP)

Lutfey Siddiqi is a managing director and Asia-Pacific co-head of foreign exchange at UBS Investment Bank. Based in Singapore he has primary responsibility for the foreign exchange client franchise across Asia, Japan and Australia. He is a member of the global FX Management Committee, reporting into the Investment Bank Executive Committee.

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Chris DeMarco

Chris DeMarco

Joint Global Head of Senior Relationship Management New York (USA)

Chris DeMarco serves as a managing director and joint global head of senior relationship management, in which capacity he and his team provide firm-wide products and services to UBS's leading institutional investor clients. Chris joined UBS in 2009, after serving as a managing director at Merill Lynch. His experience spans hedge funds, investment banking and private equity.

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George Magnus

George Magnus

Senior Economic Advisor London (GBR)

George Magnus is a managing director and senior economic advisor, a position to which he was appointed in 2004 following a seven-year spell as chief economist. He is the author of The Age of Aging and Uprising: Will Emerging Markets Shape or Shake the World?

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