Financial Economist

Mathematics, Statistics and Financial Economics - Queen Mary University of  London

Person who, on behalf of the government, a financial institution or an investment company, analyzes the origin, causes and consequences of situations or events that affect the economy in general or a particular aspect public or private finances, so as to be able to recommend financial policies or strategies likely to resolve the problems identified. She seeks to predict the economic situation which will prevail in a given sector in the short, medium or long term, in order to be able to develop control strategies which will consolidate finances and promote economic development. Depending on its mandate, she may be required to resolve problems relating to currency, credit, sources of finance, capital investments, budget cuts or any other aspect related to state or government finances. organization that employs him.