KPMG in the UK
Dan joined KPMG’s economics team in 2008. He is an applied economist with macro and micro experience, advising clients on macroeconomics and economic policy backed by robust financial modelling and statistical analysis. He also works closely with the international development team with a focus on economic growth and private sector development. He has covered a variety of sectors, including regulatory issues in the telecommunications, energy, and transport sectors, and economic modelling and analyses conducted in consumer goods, tobacco, oil and gas, banking, and manufacturing industries. His projects have covered Europe, Africa and the Middle East. He also worked in the office of the Chief Economist, producing regular economic outlooks, articles and research papers. He regularly presents on the domestic and global economic outlook at internal and external events. He has also delivered a number of expert evidence reports on economic factors for clients caught in commercial disputes. Dan previously spent two years working as an ODI Fellow in the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Lesotho. His focus was on investment attraction and retention and private sector development, advising on issues such as labour market regulations, infrastructure development, poverty alleviation programmes, trade negotiations, microfinance and public-private partnerships.