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HSBC Names Kevin Logan Chief U.S. Economist
25 May 2010
HSBC today announced it has hired Kevin Logan as U.S. Chief Economist within the research division of its Global Banking and Markets business.
New York, NY - HSBC today announced it has hired Kevin Logan as U.S. Chief Economist within the research division of its Global Banking and Markets business. He reports to Patrick Boucher, head of research for the Americas, and functionally to Stephen King, HSBC Group Chief Economist. Based in New York City, Logan is responsible for U.S. economic forecasts and publication of key economic research for the bank's institutional client base across the world. Specifically, he will look at how U.S. economic developments impact other markets and how other markets, especially emerging markets, are affecting U.S. economic trends and data.
"The U.S. continues to be one of the largest investment markets and an important part of global economic data," said Patrick Boucher, head of research for the Americas at HSBC. "Kevin, who has been a financial market economist for 25 years, is an important addition to our global economic team. Our clients will benefit greatly from his insights and knowledge base."
Most recently, Logan served as director and senior market economist responsible for U.S. economic forecasting at Dresdner Kleinwort for more than 12 years. Prior to this, he was the U.S. chief economist for Swiss Bank Corporation (now UBS) from 1992 to 1996. Logan began his financial markets career with Citicorp in 1984.
Logan earned a B.A. in economics from the University of Rochester and a Ph. D. in economics from Cornell University in 1978.
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