Matt King is a macro and credit strategist, and one of the most widely followed commentators on financial markets. In 2000, he coined the credit-equity “clock” – still a cornerstone of many investors’ asset allocation processes. In 2007, he foresaw the underperformance of super-senior CDOs of ABS relative to more junior tranches. In 2008, his piece “Are the brokers broken?” predicted the fall of Lehman and showed explicitly how its sources of repo funding were drying up. Over the past decade, he has focused increasingly on global debt dynamics, money creation, and on the distortions created by central banks. He has also written extensively on market liquidity. Matt was previously global markets strategist and head of credit strategy at Citi, and prior to that European credit strategist at JP Morgan. He has an MA in Social and Political Sciences from Emmanuel College, Cambridge.


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