Erik is responsible for designing and implementing the company's strategy, for guiding its macro research, and for winning and leading major projects in macro, finance and political analysis, and ensuring those projects are completed to the highest possible standard.
Prior to joining Fathom in 2007, Erik Britton was a director at a leading economic forecasting consultancy heading up major consultancy projects for clients in blue-chip industrial firms, financial services and government in the UK, Europe and United States.
Previously, he worked at the Bank of England where he spent five years in the Monetary Analysis Division running the Bank's UK macroeconomic model, co-ordinating its international forecast, and managing a team of economists responsible for analysing corporate sector economics.
Kevin graduated with a degree in economics from McGill University in 2010 and first joined Fathom in 2011 as an economist covering the US economy. After revisiting Ethiopia for a short time, his country of birth, he re-joined Fathom in August 2016.
Kevin is responsible for producing a wide range of research on key emerging economies, including Brazil, India and Russia. He has led a number of Fathom’s major consultancy projects including ongoing work assessing the economic and geopolitical relationship between the US and China.
Jason joined Refinitiv in January 2018 as the Head of Sales for China and has recently taken on the role of Market Development Manager covering the Investment & Advisory proposition. In both roles his interest is on gaining a deeper understanding of how and why our clients use our products and learning how to translate this knowledge into to a better conversation around how Refinitiv can enhance and grow our clients’ businesses.
Previously, Jason spent 10 years at S&P Global, starting on the support desk in New York for their quantitative investment platform, and moving up to lead the investment management team in Asia Pacific based out of Hong Kong. Over the years, the experience of building out teams and finding the right people for these teams has been something Jason’s valued and enjoyed.
Before entering the financial services industry, Jason graduated with a Chemical Engineering degree from Carnegie Mellon University, and spent a number of years working in different industries, including industrial engineering, web development, and biomedical engineering. These experiences from his early years continue influence Jason’s decision making process by informing his understanding from multiple perspectives.
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