16 Feb

Capital Economics opens Sydney office

Capital Economics, the leading macroeconomic research company, is pleased to announce it has opened an office in Sydney, Australia.

We provide country and regional research on the US, Canada, UK, Western Europe, Japan, China, India, Latin America, Emerging Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Emerging Asia, Australia and New Zealand. We also provides overview services covering the global economy and financial markets, and have dedicated services on commodities and the property sector.

Founded in 1999, we have gained an enviable reputation for original and insightful analysis and have built up a diverse and distinguished client base. More than 1,500 institutions subscribe to our publications. The majority are in the financial sector, including some of the world’s largest investment banks and wealth managers, as well as smaller and more specialist firms.

We offer support to clients in their respective time-zones through offices in Sydney, Toronto, New York, London and Singapore. Our large team of more than 50 economists are available for personal contact via telephone and email, and also for presentations. We host regular seminars for clients in major centres in North America, Europe, Asia and Sydney. In addition, we undertake bespoke projects.

Capital Economics frequently tops polls of the most accurate forecasters and in 2012 it won the prestigious Wolfson Economics Prize, the second-largest cash economics prize in the world after the Nobel Prize.

Our Sydney office is led by the firm’s Chief Australia & New Zealand Economist, Paul Dales. He can be contacted directly at paul.dales@capitaleconomics.com or on +61 2 9083 6801.

To receive a free trial of our services or to attend one of our seminars in Sydney please contact Alexander Klimov (alexander.klimov@capitaleconomics.com, +61 2 9083 6809).

Capital Economics (Australia) Pty Ltd

Suite 29-08, Level 29, Grosvenor Place, 225 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

Tel: +61 2 9083 6800

businessaustralia@capitaleconomics.com

www.capitaleconomics.com

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