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Anna Rosenberg

Visiting Scholar

The London Institute of Banking & Finance Faculty Profiles

Anna is an experienced Research Director helping multinational companies with their emerging market business strategies. She produces thought leadership, methodologies and data analysis. She also provides strategic advice to senior executives to help them run successful local operations in some of the world’s most challenging operating environments. Anna is a regular contributor to major news outlets on businesses strategy and current affairs.

Expertise
Business strategy, Thought leadership, Multinational companies, Technology, Healthcare, Consumer and Industrial sectors.


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Frontier Strategy Group, London, UK: May 2012 – present.

  • Research Director Global Management Insights
  • Research Director Sub-Saharan Africa

IC Publications, London, UK: June 2007 – May 2012.

  • Head of Research & Development

MA, History, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK (Distinction), September 2008.
BSc (Hons), History and Communication Studies, University of Erfurt, Germany (Distinction), June 2006.

German, English, Spanish (fluent or near), Portuguese, Italian, French, Arabic.

Anna frequently commentates on current affairs, emerging markets and multinational business strategy in major media outlets such as the BBC, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, CNBC. She is also a frequent writer for Harvard Business Review (examples below):

  • The Do’s and Don’t’s of Working with Emerging Markets Data.
  • Sub-Saharan Africa’s Most and Least Resilient Economies.
  • 7 Myths About Doing Business in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Anna’s team has won various Focus Economics Analyst Forecast Awards for best economic forecasts in various emerging markets.



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