Mark Jeia have spent many years studying finance and economics to postgraduate level. He has also worked in financial markets for several years, both in investment banks and in investment management. Over the course of his life and career, he had the opportunity to live and work in many different cities, and in many different countries.
When you are on the front lines of today’s financial markets, you have access to a dedicated news service. This allows you to receive real-time news about relevant events as they happen.
Over the past few years, like almost all of us, he have seen the world economy slowly descend into a fast-paced hell, and then a slow-motion train crash, on my screen, in real time. And he have seen the world’s dominant policymakers fumbling around.
Having realized how the general academic and media debate around these problems has been seriously delaying their resolution, he have decided to offer a plain-speaking, succinct diagnosis and solution of something that many see but of which few have the courage to speak out.