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Rhodri Preece, CFA

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Biography

Rhodri Preece, CFA, is Senior Head, Research for CFA Institute and is responsible for leading the organization’s global research activities and publications, managing the research staff, and collaborating with leading investment practitioners and academics. CFA Institute produces the highest-caliber research on issues and topics most relevant to the investment industry, including rigorous in-depth research, forward-looking thought leadership content, applied investment insights, and commentary on trending investment topics. Preece previously served as head of capital markets policy EMEA at CFA Institute, where he was responsible for leading capital markets policy activities in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa region, including content development and policy engagement. Preece is a current member of the PRI Academic Network Advisory Committee, and a former member, from 2014 to 2018, of the Group of Economic Advisers of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) Committee on Economic and Markets Analysis. Prior to joining CFA Institute, Preece was a manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in the investment funds group from 2002 to 2008. He has a BSc and a MSc in Economics and is a CFA charterholder since 2006.

Author's Posts
Cochrane and Coleman: The Fiscal Theory of the Price Level and Inflation Episodes

John H. Cochrane and Thomas S. Coleman discuss how the fiscal theory of the price level explains inflation.

Sustainability, ESG, and the Future of Investing: A Review

This curated collection of Enterprising Investor's ESG coverage showcases the key sustainability issues through the perspectives of both ESG proponents and critics.

Monetary and Fiscal Policy Post-COVID-19: Four Themes

Rob Arnott, Joyce Chang, and Louis-Vincent Gave offer their perspectives on the policy landscape and its implications for investment strategy.

Responsible Innovation: How Can European Asset Managers Lead?

How can firms and practitioners adapt to the challenges confronting the investment industry? Responsible innovation may hold part of the answer.



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