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Steven Englander is Managing Director and Global Head of G10 Strategy at Citi. He returned tp Citi in April of 2010. Since then he has met with more than 500 investor, corporate and official clients. Citi was last year named in #1 in FX Research and Strategy by FX Week and moved to #2 in the Euromoney poll on G10 Research vs. #3, #6 and #11 in previous years. Steve publishes frequently in CitiFX Strategy publications and is a frequent consultant to Citi’s internal and external clients on how macroeconomic policy, regulation and asset markets affect FX markets. His unique approach to investor positioning in FX markets is used by Citi traders and clients. His expertise is on reserves management, earnings repatriation, capital flows, and global imbalances; his research in these areas is frequently quoted by academics, policymakers and investors. Prior to rejoining Citi, Mr. Englander was Chief Foreign Exchange Strategist for the Americas at Barclays Capital. Previously he spent eight years with Citibank/Salomon Smith Barney where he was Global Currency Economist based in London. Citi was ranked #1 in currency economics and long-term strategy every year that he occupied that position. Before moving to the private sector, he spent four years at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development as the Principal Economist in the Economic Prospects Division covering preparations for European Monetary Union among other assignments. His research on monetary union, labor markets and productivity was presented to senior policymakers at meetings of the OECD’s Working Party #1 and #3. Dr. Englander’s career also includes the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he was Senior Research Officer and Head of the Domestic Research Department. There he was responsible for the New York Fed’s US economic research, its economic forecasts and was also the briefing officer to the President of the new York fed prior to FOMC meetings. Dr Englander is frequently invited to discuss currency and economic developments on television and radio. Mr. Englander received his PhD from Yale University and his BA from McGill University. [+]