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Brendan Fitzsimmons

Brendan has been at Medley for more than 15 years and is now a Senior Managing Partner and leads global client engagement as the firm's Chief Global Strategist, where he integrates market analysis with policy intelligence across the G10, Global EM, and Macro Energy practices. Brendan began his career in energy banking at Manufacturers Hanover/Chemical Bank in London and subsequently consulted with Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) in Cambridge, MA. Prior to joining MGA, Brendan was a client of the firm, working with the Financial Trading Group at EGM in Houston and London. He was a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellow at Harvard University, pursued graduate studies and taught at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Bologna, Italy and Washington, D.C., and graduated magna cum laude from Boston University. An avid biker, runner and the World's Greatest Traveler, Brendan credits his ketogenic diet for his stamina.

Tim Jones

Tim, a British national, joined MGA in 2002 after a 14-year career in economic and financial journalism and is now our Director of European Policy Research. He conducts and oversees our coverage of the European Central Bank and political risk in the EU and the UK as well as analysis of the EU’s institutions. As a journalist then analyst, Tim has covered modern Europe since its birth in 1988-1992 with the fall of communism, and the parallel negotiations leading to a single market and a blueprint for monetary union. With Knight-Ridder Financial News then the Economist Group in Brussels and London, he reported on the collapse of the ERM, the formation of the Eurozone and the ECB, and the EU’s northern and eastern expansions. A father of grown-up daughters, Tim is a keen runner, and an even keener consumer of histories, thrillers, music without words, and Shakespeare with them.

Tugba Colpan

Tugba is Medley's Global Head of Business Development and a member of the firm’s Management Committee. At Medley since 2005, she brought with her more than 15 years experience in assisting premier institutional clients with managing and strategically responding to global macro trends and changes. Previously, Tugba was with Eurasia Group, and focused on institutional sales for the firm. Born in Turkey, Tugba holds a MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics & Political Science, and a BA in International Relations from Ankara University.

Brendan Fitzsimmons

Brendan has been at Medley for more than 15 years and is now a Senior Managing Partner and leads global client engagement as the firm's Chief Global Strategist, where he integrates market analysis with policy intelligence across the G10, Global EM, and Macro Energy practices. Brendan began his career in energy banking at Manufacturers Hanover/Chemical Bank in London and subsequently consulted with Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) in Cambridge, MA. Prior to joining MGA, Brendan was a client of the firm, working with the Financial Trading Group at EGM in Houston and London. He was a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellow at Harvard University, pursued graduate studies and taught at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Bologna, Italy and Washington, D.C., and graduated magna cum laude from Boston University. An avid biker, runner and the World's Greatest Traveler, Brendan credits his ketogenic diet for his stamina.

Tim Jones

Tim, a British national, joined MGA in 2002 after a 14-year career in economic and financial journalism and is now our Director of European Policy Research. He conducts and oversees our coverage of the European Central Bank and political risk in the EU and the UK as well as analysis of the EU’s institutions. As a journalist then analyst, Tim has covered modern Europe since its birth in 1988-1992 with the fall of communism, and the parallel negotiations leading to a single market and a blueprint for monetary union. With Knight-Ridder Financial News then the Economist Group in Brussels and London, he reported on the collapse of the ERM, the formation of the Eurozone and the ECB, and the EU’s northern and eastern expansions. A father of grown-up daughters, Tim is a keen runner, and an even keener consumer of histories, thrillers, music without words, and Shakespeare with them.

Tugba Colpan

Tugba is Medley's Global Head of Business Development and a member of the firm’s Management Committee. At Medley since 2005, she brought with her more than 15 years experience in assisting premier institutional clients with managing and strategically responding to global macro trends and changes. Previously, Tugba was with Eurasia Group, and focused on institutional sales for the firm. Born in Turkey, Tugba holds a MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics & Political Science, and a BA in International Relations from Ankara University.

Kenichi Nagura

Kenichi (pronounced Ke-ni-chi in the US and Ken-itchy in Japan) is Director Japan and has led Medley's Japan coverage since 2003, first from NYC and now based in Tokyo. Kenichi is a former crime reporter, turned financial reporter for Kyodo News in Tokyo, who then worked as a macro-economist at Norinchukin Research Institute in Tokyo. Kenichi has a BA from Waseda University and an MPA from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. When not prepping the latest BoJ report, Kenichi is either in line for the latest musicals, playing tennis, or trying to avoid sea snakes while scuba diving.

Regina Schleiger

Regina as Senior Managing Director for Global Macro heads Medley's US economic policy analysis with a primary focus on the US Federal Reserve. Before joining Medley in 2002, Regina was a senior international economic policy correspondent in New York and her native Australia for several leading news organizations, focusing on global macroeconomic developments at central banks, government finance departments, and treasuries. Her career work as a journalist has included covering key global macroeconomic gatherings including the G-7, G20, IMF, APEC, World Economic Forum and other high-level international banking meetings. Courtesy of scholarships and assignments over the years, she has worked extensively with economic policy, political and business communities in a host of countries including Japan, Korea, the United Kingdom, France, Germany; and throughout Scandinavia.

Ben Emons

Ben Emons is a Managing Director of Macro Strategy. Prior to joining Medley, he was the Chief Economist at Intellectus Capital Partners and a Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager in the global portfolio management group at Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO), Newport Beach, California. Previously to PIMCO, he was a portfolio manager at Nuveen Investments in Los Angeles, focusing on government bonds and derivatives. He has also served in the role of Senior Derivatives Trading at ABN AMRO Bank N.V. in London and Amsterdam. He has 22 years of investment experience and holds an MBA from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business and a master's degree in international finance from the University of Amsterdam.

Peter Jaeger

Peter joined Medley in 2018 as Senior Director – Japan. Trained in Japanese at Princeton, Columbia and Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, he started his career as a Japanese/English interpreter in his native New York City in the 1980s, facilitating meetings between Japanese financiers and the legendary Wall Street behemoths of old. From there, Peter moved into markets, working 30 years in US banks where he traded bonds, swaps, and futures with Japanese investors, hedge funds, and central banks, most recently serving as Asia Pacific regional head of BAML’s and then Citi’s futures & OTC clearing businesses. Prior to that, he worked 15 years at JP Morgan including an 11-year stint in London, where his pianist wife picked up horseback riding and their three children picked up British accents. Peter is a Permanent Resident of Japan, where he has lived for 25 years. He enjoys cycling, classical music, wine, and visiting hot springs with his wife.

Kenichi Nagura

Kenichi (pronounced Ke-ni-chi in the US and Ken-itchy in Japan) is Director Japan and has led Medley's Japan coverage since 2003, first from NYC and now based in Tokyo. Kenichi is a former crime reporter, turned financial reporter for Kyodo News in Tokyo, who then worked as a macro-economist at Norinchukin Research Institute in Tokyo. Kenichi has a BA from Waseda University and an MPA from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. When not prepping the latest BoJ report, Kenichi is either in line for the latest musicals, playing tennis, or trying to avoid sea snakes while scuba diving.

Regina Schleiger

Regina as Senior Managing Director for Global Macro heads Medley's US economic policy analysis with a primary focus on the US Federal Reserve. Before joining Medley in 2002, Regina was a senior international economic policy correspondent in New York and her native Australia for several leading news organizations, focusing on global macroeconomic developments at central banks, government finance departments, and treasuries. Her career work as a journalist has included covering key global macroeconomic gatherings including the G-7, G20, IMF, APEC, World Economic Forum and other high-level international banking meetings. Courtesy of scholarships and assignments over the years, she has worked extensively with economic policy, political and business communities in a host of countries including Japan, Korea, the United Kingdom, France, Germany; and throughout Scandinavia.

Ben Emons

Ben Emons is a Managing Director of Macro Strategy. Prior to joining Medley, was the Chief Economist at Intellectus Capital Partners and a Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager in the global portfolio management group at Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO), Newport Beach, California. Previously to PIMCO, he was a portfolio manager at Nuveen Investments in Los Angeles, focusing on government bonds and derivatives. He has also served in the role of Senior Derivatives Trading at ABN AMRO Bank N.V. in London and Amsterdam. He has 22 years of investment experience and holds an MBA from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business and a master's degree in international finance from the University of Amsterdam.

Peter Jaeger

Peter joined Medley in 2018 as Senior Director – Japan. Trained in Japanese at Princeton, Columbia and Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, he started his career as a Japanese/English interpreter in his native New York City in the 1980s, facilitating meetings between Japanese financiers and the legendary Wall Street behemoths of old. From there, Peter moved into markets, working 30 years in US banks where he traded bonds, swaps, and futures with Japanese investors, hedge funds, and central banks, most recently serving as Asia Pacific regional head of BAML’s and then Citi’s futures & OTC clearing businesses. Prior to that, he worked 15 years at JP Morgan including an 11-year stint in London, where his pianist wife picked up horseback riding and their three children picked up British accents. Peter is a Permanent Resident of Japan, where he has lived for 25 years. He enjoys cycling, classical music, wine, and visiting hot springs with his wife.

Philip Tyson

Philip joined Medley in 2015 as Managing Director of Market Strategy, covering both market strategy and macroeconomics. This combination feels a natural fit as he developed an early interest in quantitative economics after he left his home UK city of Leeds and studied for a first class degree in Economics at the University of Portsmouth and later an MSc. in Economics at the University of Bristol. A career in financial markets followed, first as a bond analyst at UBS, CSFB and HSBC, before more recent stints at Man Financial and ICAP overseeing macro and rates research. A key area of interest has been the generation of macro driven trade ideas in both cash and derivative markets for a broad array of clients, a particularly useful ingredient for his role at MGA. While being a father of three boys and a girl currently takes up a lot of Philip's free time, he remains a particularly enthusiastic fan of Leeds Utd FC. Philip may or may not enjoy long walks on the beach.

Paul Silk

Paul Silk, MGA's New Zealand-based analyst covers clients in the Asia Pacific region with a special focus on the happenings at the RBA and RBNZ. Prior to joining the firm in 2004, Paul was head of interest rate trading for the National Australia Bank in London, which followed an extensive career in fixed income markets working for the BNZ and Deutsche Bank in Wellington, Sydney, and London. In the aftermath of the Canterbury earthquakes in New Zealand in 2011, Paul was asked to provide advice to the NZ Government and Local Council on the funding structures that would help assist in the rebuild of New Zealand's Second City. With the benefit of that experience behind him he also brings to MGA the slightly unique and practical experience of investing in post-disaster recovery,

Nick Stadtmiller

Nick Stadtmiller is MGA's Emerging Markets Strategist, and has specific coverage responsibility for Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and GCC macro. Nick has been with Medley since early 2017. Prior to Medley, Nick worked in the Gulf for eight years, including six years at the largest Dubai-owned bank and as an advisor to a branch of the Government of Dubai.Before moving to Dubai, Nick worked as a strategist on the proprietary trading desk at Merrill Lynch and remained with the team when it spun off into an independent global macro hedge fund. Nick holds a BA, cum laude, with majors in mathematics and economics from Northwestern University and an MSc (Distinction) in Financial Mathematics from Kings College London.

Philip Tyson

Philip joined Medley in 2015 as Managing Director of Market Strategy, covering both market strategy and macroeconomics. This combination feels a natural fit as he developed an early interest in quantitative economics after he left his home UK city of Leeds and studied for a first class degree in Economics at the University of Portsmouth and later an MSc. in Economics at the University of Bristol. A career in financial markets followed, first as a bond analyst at UBS, CSFB and HSBC, before more recent stints at Man Financial and ICAP overseeing macro and rates research. A key area of interest has been the generation of macro driven trade ideas in both cash and derivative markets for a broad array of clients, a particularly useful ingredient for his role at MGA. While being a father of three boys and a girl currently takes up a lot of Philip's free time, he remains a particularly enthusiastic fan of Leeds Utd FC. Philip may or may not enjoy long walks on the beach.

Paul Silk

Paul Silk, MGA's New Zealand-based analyst covers clients in the Asia Pacific region with a special focus on the happenings at the RBA and RBNZ. Prior to joining the firm in 2004, Paul was head of interest rate trading for the National Australia Bank in London, which followed an extensive career in fixed income markets working for the BNZ and Deutsche Bank in Wellington, Sydney, and London. In the aftermath of the Canterbury earthquakes in New Zealand in 2011, Paul was asked to provide advice to the NZ Government and Local Council on the funding structures that would help assist in the rebuild of New Zealand's Second City. With the benefit of that experience behind him he also brings to MGA the slightly unique and practical experience of investing in post-disaster recovery.

Nick Stadtmiller

Nick Stadtmiller is MGA's Emerging Markets Strategist, and has specific coverage responsibility for Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and GCC macro. Nick has been with Medley since early 2017. Prior to Medley, Nick worked in the Gulf for eight years, including six years at the largest Dubai-owned bank and as an advisor to a branch of the Government of Dubai.Before moving to Dubai, Nick worked as a strategist on the proprietary trading desk at Merrill Lynch and remained with the team when it spun off into an independent global macro hedge fund. Nick holds a BA, cum laude, with majors in mathematics and economics from Northwestern University and an MSc (Distinction) in Financial Mathematics from Kings College London.

Josh May

Josh, Managing Director for US Politics, joined Medley Global Advisors before it was Medley Global Advisors, when he was hired by Richard Medley in 1997 to help start the predecessor firm. In his 20 years at Medley, Josh has covered European politics, and national central bank policies in the run-up to EMU and the ECB for its first years of existence, and now is a US politics/economics analyst as well as leader of our Headline Pun Squad. Josh started his career in the Eurobond markets at Cantor Fitzgerald then moved to Germany to work with Dresdner Bank on their Eurobond desk. Josh has an MBA in Finance from NYU, a BA in English Literature from Haverford College, and is the proud holder of the ISMA General Certificate. As he waits for the last of his three children to head off to college, he avidly rides his bicycle and canoes the Rebel Rivers.

Earl Han

Earl started at Medley in 2007, first covering Korea and Taiwan out of New York, before moving to Seoul and then Hong Kong, where he is now Director of Emerging Asia ex-China research and runs Asia client relations. Born in California, Earl came to NYC to get his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Columbia University, then went to Paris to attend Sciences Po. Earl has a deep passion advocating for LGBTQ rights in the Asia region, and is also a big fan of baking shows and eating artisanal donuts.

Mohammad Darwazah

Mohammad Darwazah is our Senior Analyst, Middle East and Africa. He joined Medley in 2011, expanding the company's Middle East and Africa political and economic coverage as well as working with the Energy Team to cover Nigeria, Libya, the GCC countries, Iraq and Iran. Mohammad was born in Glasgow, Scotland to Egyptian-Palestinian parents and holds American, Egyptian and Jordanian citizenships. Mohammad has a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University and a BA in Economics and Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis. Mohammad is also an adjunct instructor at New York University's Center for Global Affairs where he teaches a class on comparative energy politics in the Middle East. In his free time, Mohammad remains dedicated to his childhood football team, Arsenal FC, much to the frustration of his wife, Hannah and their cat Shabnam, and is on a never-ending search for the best fried chicken in NYC.

Josh May

Josh, Managing Director for US Politics, joined Medley Global Advisors before it was Medley Global Advisors, when he was hired by Richard Medley in 1997 to help start the predecessor firm. In his 20 years at Medley, Josh has covered European politics, and national central bank policies in the run-up to EMU and the ECB for its first years of existence, and now is a US politics/economics analyst as well as leader of our Headline Pun Squad. Josh started his career in the Eurobond markets at Cantor Fitzgerald then moved to Germany to work with Dresdner Bank on their Eurobond desk. Josh has an MBA in Finance from NYU, a BA in English Literature from Haverford College, and is the proud holder of the ISMA General Certificate. As he waits for the last of his three children to head off to college, he avidly rides his bicycle and canoes the Rebel Rivers.

Earl Han

Earl started at Medley in 2007, first covering Korea and Taiwan out of New York, before moving to Seoul and then Hong Kong, where he is now Director of Emerging Asia ex-China research and runs Asia client relations. Born in California, Earl came to NYC to get his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Columbia University, then went to Paris to attend Sciences Po. Earl has a deep passion advocating for LGBTQ rights in the Asia region, and is also a big fan of baking shows and eating artisanal donuts.

Mohammad Darwazah

Mohammad Darwazah is our Senior Analyst, Middle East and Africa. He joined Medley in 2011, expanding the company's Middle East and Africa political and economic coverage as well as working with the Energy Team to cover Nigeria, Libya, the GCC countries, Iraq and Iran. Mohammad was born in Glasgow, Scotland to Egyptian-Palestinian parents and holds American, Egyptian and Jordanian citizenships. Mohammad has a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University and a BA in Economics and Political Science from Washington University in St. Louis. Mohammad is also an adjunct instructor at New York University's Center for Global Affairs where he teaches a class on comparative energy politics in the Middle East. In his free time, Mohammad remains dedicated to his childhood football team, Arsenal FC, much to the frustration of his wife, Hannah and their cat Shabnam, and is on a never-ending search for the best fried chicken in NYC.

Ignacio Labaqui

Ignacio Labaqui is senior-analyst for Latin America at MGA, which he joined in 2006. Based in Buenos Aires, Ignacio covers Argentina's political, economic and energy issues. Before joining Medley, Ignacio worked as an external consultant for Eurasia Group and as a researcher at FLACSO-Argentina. Ignacio holds a degree in Political Science from the Universidad Catolica Argentina and an MSc in Sociology from London School of Economics and Political Science. He also teaches Latin American Politics and International Relations at the Universidad Catolica Argentina and Universidad del CEMA at Buenos Aires.

Brian Jackson

Brian Jackson leads Medley’s China economics coverage from Beijing. Prior to joining MGA, Brian was a China macroeconomist with IHS Markit, and has also worked as a policy analyst with the American Chamber of Commerce in China, a project manager on China trade and investment projects funded by the European Commission’s DG Trade, and a market analyst at the UNCTAD-WTO International Trade Centre in Geneva. Brian holds an MSc in Economics and Finance from the Center for Monetary and Financial Studies, an institution founded by the Bank of Spain, and graduated magna cum laude with a BA in economics from Colorado State University. He’s resided in Beijing since 2007, and speaks and reads Mandarin Chinese fluently. In his free time Brian enjoys skateboarding, hiking, and travel.

Joao Villaverde

Joao, based in Sao Paulo, is Medley's senior Brazil analyst. He joined Medley in December 2017 after spending 12 years as a journalist for newspapers such as Valor Economico and O Estado de S. Paulo, covering economic policy and politics. His experience with fiscal issues while living and working in Brasilia (2011 to 2016) led him to write a book about the government's fiscal accounting tricks, which ended up providing the basis for President Dilma's impeachment. He won two consecutive awards for Best News Reporting by O Estado de S. Paulo, in 2014 and in 2015, and was also a finalist for the Exxon Mobil Journalism Award in 2015. Joao won a scholarship to be a visiting scholar at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University in New York and is now going for his Master's in Public Affairs and Economics at FGV in Sao Paulo. Most importantly, Joao loves early cinema (silent movies), Formula 1 races and truly believes that mankind's anxiety levels would drop if more people listened to Queen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Faces and Black Sabbath.

Ignacio Labaqui

Ignacio Labaqui is senior-analyst for Latin America at MGA, which he joined in 2006. Based in Buenos Aires, Ignacio covers Argentina's political, economic and energy issues. Before joining Medley, Ignacio worked as an external consultant for Eurasia Group and as a researcher at FLACSO-Argentina. Ignacio holds a degree in Political Science from the Universidad Catolica Argentina and an MSc in Sociology from London School of Economics and Political Science. He also teaches Latin American Politics and International Relations at the Universidad Catolica Argentina and Universidad del CEMA at Buenos Aires.

Brian Jackson

Brian Jackson leads Medley’s China economics coverage from Beijing. Prior to joining MGA, Brian was a China macroeconomist with IHS Markit, and has also worked as a policy analyst with the American Chamber of Commerce in China, a project manager on China trade and investment projects funded by the European Commission’s DG Trade, and a market analyst at the UNCTAD-WTO International Trade Centre in Geneva. Brian holds an MSc in Economics and Finance from the Center for Monetary and Financial Studies, an institution founded by the Bank of Spain, and graduated magna cum laude with a BA in economics from Colorado State University. He’s resided in Beijing since 2007, and speaks and reads Mandarin Chinese fluently. In his free time Brian enjoys skateboarding, hiking, and travel.

Joao Villaverde

Joao, based in Sao Paulo, is Medley's senior Brazil analyst. He joined Medley in December 2017 after spending 12 years as a journalist for newspapers such as Valor Economico and O Estado de S. Paulo, covering economic policy and politics. His experience with fiscal issues while living and working in Brasilia (2011 to 2016) led him to write a book about the government's fiscal accounting tricks, which ended up providing the basis for President Dilma's impeachment. He won two consecutive awards for Best News Reporting by O Estado de S. Paulo, in 2014 and in 2015, and was also a finalist for the Exxon Mobil Journalism Award in 2015. Joao won a scholarship to be a visiting scholar at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at Columbia University in New York and is now going for his Master's in Public Affairs and Economics at FGV in Sao Paulo. Most importantly, Joao loves early cinema (silent movies), Formula 1 races and truly believes that mankind's anxiety levels would drop if more people listened to Queen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Faces and Black Sabbath.

Stan Rouff

Stan Rouff is Director of Business Development and client coverage for Europe. Prior to Medley Stan has worked as institutional Foreign Exchange and Fixed Income sales at Investment banks across various locations in Europe and Asia. Stan has also advised buy-side financial institutions on macro overlay strategies and foreign exchange trading. Stan has an MSc in Management and Finance at University of Paris Dauphine. Part French, part Swiss, Stan's passions include boxing, skiing (natch), golfing and, of course, food and wine.

Armando Marozzi

Armando Marozzi joined MGA’s London office in 2017 as an analyst covering Italy and the ECB while also working on his PhD at the London School of Economics. Having graduated with a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Macerata, he completed (with distinction) an MSc in International Political Economy (Research Track) at LSE and a Graduate Diploma in Economics at Birkbeck, University of London. In Italy, Armando played football professionally until 2015, was a member of the Under-17 national team and a striker for Ascoli (Serie B) and Monticelli (Serie D) while also writing two books of political theory: Prassi e Redenzione (2015) and Il Ritorno del Represso (2017). Armando is currently taking sabbatical leave to complete a PhD traineeship at the ECB.

Sajan Antony

Sajan is Head of Technology at Medley. An IT Generalist, he is responsible for IT infrastructure and managing applications and application development projects. Prior to joining Medley he was with Providian Financial in the Bay Area. Sajan is a graduate of St. Xavier's College, Calcutta. Often on Friday evenings, he loves dropping into any one of the jazz clubs in Greenwich Village and catching a set or two.

Mary Sheridan

Mary is Medley's Operations Manager. With years of experience as an Office Manager/Account Manager at finance and recruiting firms she came to Medley in 2010. Originally from Montana & Washington State, Mary couldn’t wait to get to New York City. In her other life, Mary acts and sings in the theater and pretty much always has a gig to rehearse. Mary has a BA in History from Yale University and is the proud mother to new son Leo.

Stan Rouff

Stan Rouff is Director of Business Development and client coverage for Europe. Prior to Medley Stan has worked as institutional Foreign Exchange and Fixed Income sales at Investment banks across various locations in Europe and Asia. Stan has also advised buy-side financial institutions on macro overlay strategies and foreign exchange trading. Stan has an MSc in Management and Finance at University of Paris Dauphine. Part French, part Swiss, Stan's passions include boxing, skiing (natch), golfing and, of course, food and wine.

Armando Marozzi

Armando Marozzi joined MGA’s London office in 2017 as an analyst covering Italy and the ECB while also working on his PhD at the London School of Economics. Having graduated with a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Macerata, he completed (with distinction) an MSc in International Political Economy (Research Track) at LSE and a Graduate Diploma in Economics at Birkbeck, University of London. In Italy, Armando played football professionally until 2015, was a member of the Under-17 national team and a striker for Ascoli (Serie B) and Monticelli (Serie D) while also writing two books of political theory: Prassi e Redenzione (2015) and Il Ritorno del Represso (2017). Armando is currently taking sabbatical leave to complete a PhD traineeship at the ECB.

Sajan Antony

Sajan is Head of Technology at Medley. An IT Generalist, he is responsible for IT infrastructure and managing applications and application development projects. Prior to joining Medley he was with Providian Financial in the Bay Area. Sajan is a graduate of St. Xavier's College, Calcutta. Often on Friday evenings, he loves dropping into any one of the jazz clubs in Greenwich Village and catching a set or two.

Mary Sheridan

Mary is Medley's Operations Manager. With years of experience as an Office Manager/Account Manager at finance and recruiting firms she came to Medley in 2010. Originally from Montana & Washington State, Mary couldn’t wait to get to New York City. In her other life, Mary acts and sings in the theater and pretty much always has a gig to rehearse. Mary has a BA in History from Yale University and is the proud mother to new son Leo.

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