@ChrisRugaber Even better! Thank you
IHS Markit acquires Macroeconomic Advisers
We are excited to announce that we have acquired Macroeconomic Advisers, an independent research firm based in St. Louis, Missouri. Macroeconomic Advisers, widely recognized as one of the most respected forecasters of the US economy, specializes in monitoring, analyzing and forecasting developments in the US economy. They leverage this foundation to quantify various policy options considered by the new US administration, as well as perform scenario analysis to enable financial institutions to comply with an array of regulatory requirements. The combination of Macroeconomic Advisers with our own award-winning US macro, Industry, and US regional teams will allow us to provide unparalleled coverage to our clients with a special focus on policy and financial markets.
In photo: Maria Bertram, Sara Johnson, Chris Christopher, Nariman Behravish, Kathleen Navin, Joel Prakken, Chris Vavares, Maureen Maguire, Meridith Skodnik
Macroeconomic Advisers founders, Chris Varvares and Joel Prakken, will each assume the role of vice president at IHS Markit and will co-lead our combined team, with Joel taking on the role of Chief US Economist. We are very excited about the opportunities for expanded coverage, services, and events for our clients. If you are a current IHS Markit client, please reach out to your account manager to learn more about this exciting acquisition and get a link to register for the Global Economics & Country Risk Outlook Conference taking place in Washington D.C. in October.
Our teams are working together diligently to align capabilities and will have more information to share soon.
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