Logan Wright is a Director at RHG and leads the firm’s China Markets Research (CMR) work. Previously, Logan was head of China research for Medley Global Advisors and a China analyst with Stone & McCarthy Research Associates in Beijing.
Logan’s focus includes the impact of credit expansion on the Chinese financial system, China’s exchange rate policies, and the influence of the country on global currency and capital markets. He is well known for his views on China’s foreign assets and macroeconomic data. With more than a decade of professional experience, Logan monitors official institutions and real-time data closely to gauge implications for the banking system, real economy activity and future policy directions.
Logan holds a Ph.D. from the George Washington University, where his dissertation concerned the political factors shaping the reform of China’s exchange rate regime. He graduated with a Master’s in Security Studies and a Bachelor’s in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. He is based in Hong Kong, after living and working in Beijing for fourteen years.
Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard
Despite the prospects of a good year economically and politically for the euro area in 2017, uncertainty hangs on the horizon over Italy. Once the French election in May is over, investors’ attention will likely turn to Italy, where an election is due no later ...