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Dr Andrew Hilton

Visiting Professor

The London Institute of Banking & Finance Faculty Profiles

Andrew has over 40 years’ experience in economics and international finance, lastly as Director of Meletai and Economic Evaluation. He is the Director (and co-founder) of the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation, a London-based think-tank that looks at threats and opportunities in the financial services sector.

Expertise
International Finance, Economic Development, Macroeconomics.




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Meletai (London) Ltd / Economic Evaluation (London) Ltd, Director: 1986 – present.

International Reports Group (subsidiary of the Financial Times), New York, Editor-in-chief: 1983 – 1986.

Group for International Study & Evaluation, Athens, Greece, Director: 1979 – 1983.

World Bank, Washington DC, Young Professional. Subsequently, senior project officer, metals and mining: 1973 – 1979.

University of Pennsylvania (Thouron Scholar/Kent Fellowship): 1968 – 1973.

  • PhD (Political and Economic Development)
  • MBA (Wharton School)
  • MA (International Relations)

BA (PPE), MA, New College, Oxford: 1965 – 1968.

English (fluent), French (intermediate).

Harvard Business Review, Energy Policy. Two books on debt/equity conversions (for the FT and UN).

Athens Seminar, Founding member: 1979

Observatoire de la Finance, Geneva, Member of the Board.

OBE: 1996.

Invited to testify to Treasury Select Committee on the financial crisis.



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