Josh Feinman is the Global Chief Economist and Managing Director of DB Advisors of Deutsche Bank, where he provides timely analysis of global macroeconomic trends and their implications for financial markets to key portfolio managers and clients around the world. He writes and edits a series of publications on global economic and financial market issues for distribution among the Bank’s offices and clients. He gives speeches throughout the world, is a frequent guest on financial television programs and is quoted in all the major print and electronic media.
Mr. Feinman was previously a global markets economist for Bankers Trust Company in New York, where he advised managers for the Bank’s fixed income, equity and foreign exchange activities in the U.S., Europe and Far East.
Prior to joining Bankers Trust in August 1993, he spent 5 years at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C. As an Economist and then a senior Economist in the Division of Monetary Affairs, he worked on a variety of current analysis and longer-term research projects related to the conduct and implementation of monetary policy, financial market developments, and the behavior of the monetary aggregates. He wrote parts of the Fed’s semi-annual Humphrey-Hawkins reports to the Congress, and he regularly briefed and advised the Board of Governors, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) and the Open Market Desk in New York.
Mr. Feinman has Ph.D (1988) and M.A. (1986) degrees in economics from Brown University in Providence, RI and a BA (1984) degree in economics from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. He has published several articles on monetary and financial issues in academic journals and in Federal Reserve publications.