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Bertrand Delgado

Bertrand Delgado is a senior analyst for emerging markets and Latin America at Roubini Global Economics. Bertrand’s areas of expertise are monetary and fiscal policy, international economics, inflation, currencies and politics. Prior to joining RGE, Bertrand was a senior economist and FX strategist at IDEAglobal in New York, where he authored short- and longer-term macroeconomic and currency strategy reports on Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Peru. Bertrand has covered Latin America in different roles and institutions in New York, such as Ramirez & Co., Barclays Capital, BCP Securities and Credit Suisse First Boston, and has been quoted in Bloomberg, Reuters, America Economia, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, Market Watch and Business Week as well as in numerous newspapers and magazines in Latin America. Bertrand holds a master’s degree in international affairs with a specialization in international finance and economics from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, and a bachelor’s degree in economics with a specialization in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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