Judith is a specialist in financial market development for developing countries. She has more than two decades' experience as an investment banker and holds a PhD in financial sector development. She has published widely on the topic and has received extensive media coverage of her work.
Judith is a specialist in financial market development for developing countries. She has more than two decades' experience as an investment banker at JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank and spent six years at SOAS where she was research assistant on the EU FESSUD project on financialisation, adjunct lecturer and completed a PhD in financial sector development.
She has also published books and articles relating to a wide variety of topics including the development of capital markets, financial instability risks, financial inclusion, insurance and co-partnering of public and private sectors in financing for development.
Clients have included the UN Economic Commission for Africa, DFID, UN-WIDER, the UN Commission for Latin America, the European Commission and a number of national development agencies.
Judith's research has received extensive media coverage, including on the BBC, CNBC Africa, the Financial Times, The Guardian, Reuters, Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal, as well as national media organisations in Africa and Asia.
- 7 October 2016, Africa Confidential22 September 2016, Financial Times (FT)
- 22 July 2016, BBC14 July 2016, Reuters
- 2 June 2016, Financial Times (FT)1 February 2016, BBC World Service Trust
- How Fed Rate Hike Will Impact Africa: Ghana, South Africa, Angola Most Vulnerable With High Dollar Debt And Global Market Exposure12 December 2015, International Business Times (ibtimes.co.uk)18 November 2015
- 17 November 2015, Daily Nation29 October 2015, Financial Times (FT)
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