Prior to joining Chatham House, Matthew worked as an assistant manager at Deloitte UK, advising on structural reform of the banking sector and implementation of new prudential regulations stemming from the 2008 financial crisis.
Before coming to London, he previously served in several political and public sector positions in Washington D.C.
Matthew holds a Masters in Public Administration from the London School of Economics, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Public Policy studies from the University of Chicago.
Areas of expertise
- Banking union and structural reform of the global banking sector
- Macroprudential regulation post-financial crisis
- International risk
- Transatlantic economic relations
|2015 - present||Research Associate, International Economics, Chatham House|
|2014-15||Assistant Manager, Banking and Capital Markets Division, Deloitte LLP|
|2013||Master in Public Administration, London School of Economics|
|2007||Bachelors of Arts, Economics & Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago|
- The ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative and the London Market – the Next Steps in Renminbi Internationalization Research paper 17 January 2017
- The Evolution of US and European Monetary Policy after Bretton Woods: A Historical Overview and Lessons for the Future Research paper 7 September 2016