모하메드 A. 엘-에리 안 - Mohamed A. El-Erian

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(1958-08-19) 1958 년 8 월 19 일 (62 세)
미국 뉴욕
교육 Queens 'College, Cambridge (BA)
St Antony 's College, Oxford (MPhil, DPhil)
알려진 PIMCO CEO

Mohamed Aly El-Erian ( 이집트 아랍어 : [محمد العريان] , 1958 년 8 월 19 일 출생)은 이집트 계 미국인 사업가입니다. 그는은 대통령퀸즈 대학, 캠브리지 에서 최고 경제 고문 알리안츠 의 기업 부모 PIMCO 그가 CEO 및 공동이었다 최고 투자 책임자 (2,007에서 2,014 사이). 그는 Obama 대통령의 Global Development Council (2012–17)의 의장을 역임했으며 [1] Bloomberg View의 칼럼니스트, [2] , Financial Times 의 기고 편집자 입니다.

2014 년부터 그는 Financial Times / McKinsey Business Book of the Year를 심사하고 선정한 전문가 패널로 활동하고 있습니다. 또한 "Project Syndicate", Yahoo Finance, Business Insider , Fortune / CNN [3] 및 Foreign Policy에 정기적으로 기고하고 있습니다. [4] 4 년 연속 외교 정책의 "100 대 글로벌 사상가"중 한 명으로 선정 된 그는 The Only Game in Town : Central Banks, 불안정성 및 다음 붕괴 방지를 포함하여 두 명의 New York Times 베스트셀러를 저술 했습니다. Random House가 2016 년 1 월에 출판했습니다 . [5] Harvey McGrath 경과 함께 케임브리지 대학 의 자본 캠페인 공동 의장. 2019 년 7 월 1 일 El-Erian은 The Lauder Institute의 선임 글로벌 펠로우이자 The Wharton School 의 파트 타임 교수 로 임명되었습니다 . [6]

어린 시절과 교육

El-Erian은 1958 년 8 월 19 일 뉴욕시에서 [7] 이집트의 부모 인 Abdullah El-Erian과 이집트 정치가 Ibrahim Shoukry 의 사촌 인 Nadia Shoukry 사이 에서 태어났습니다 . [8] 그의 출생 직후, 가족은 이집트로 돌아 왔고, 그곳에서 El-Erian은 그의 아버지가 UN 법위원회 회의에 참석 한 유럽에서 짧은 기간과 함께 어린 시절의 일부를 보냈습니다. 1968 년에 그의 아버지가 유엔에서 일하면서 가족은 뉴욕으로 돌아 왔습니다. 1971 ~ 73 년, 그들은 El-Erian의 아버지가 프랑스 주재 이집트 대사였던 프랑스에서 살았습니다. [9]

영국 기숙 학교 인 레더 헤드 에있는 세인트 존스 스쿨을 다닌 후 케임브리지 퀸즈 칼리지에서 장학금을 받고 1980 년에 경제학 학사 학위를 받았습니다. 나중에 그는 석사 학위 (1983)와 박사 학위 (1985)를 받았습니다. 옥스포드에있는 St Antony 's College의 경제학 . [10] 2011 년 6 월, 엘 - 에리는에서 명예 박사 학위를 받았다 카이로 아메리칸 대학 . [11] 2013 년 12 월, 그는 퀸즈 '대학, 캠브리지의 명예 동료가되었다. [ 인용 필요 ]

El-Erian은 Pegasus, St. Margaret School을 포함한 여러 교육 기관의 이사회에서 활동했습니다. 미국 캠브리지와 KAUST. [12] 그는 캠브리지 대학 의 자본 캠페인 공동 의장을 맡고 있습니다. [ 인용 필요 ]

직업

Mohamed A. El-Erian, Richard Grenell 대사 및 Matt Lashey, 2018 년 7 월 4 일 베를린에서

Oxbridge 에서 공부 한 후 El-Erian은 1983 년 미국에 정착 하여 워싱턴 DC 국제 통화 기금 에서 일하면서 부국장이되었습니다. [13] 그는 1998 년 1 월에 민간 부문으로 이주하여 Salomon Smith Barney / Citigroup에서 런던에서 일한 후 PIMCO에 채용되어 신흥 시장에 대한 업무를 이끌었습니다.

After a stint at PIMCO as a managing director and head of the emerging market portfolio team, he was appointed CEO and President of Harvard Management Company, the entity that manages Harvard's endowment and related accounts. He served as a member of the faculty of Harvard Business School. As of 2020, he is a member of the Harvard Global Advisory Council. El-Erian returned to PIMCO in December 2007 as CEO and co-CIO. As CEO of PIMCO, El-Erian was responsible for setting the strategic direction of the firm and leading its operations globally. As co-CIO with PIMCO co-founder Bill H. Gross, El-Erian oversaw investment policies and strategies for all the company's portfolio management activities. He helped deliver investment performance for clients and grow PIMCO's assets under management from under $1 trillion to $2 trillion.

On December 21, 2012, President Obama announced the appointment of El-Erian as the chair of the president's Global Development Council, leading the Council in its role of informing and providing advice to the President and other senior U.S. officials on global development policies and practices.[14]

On January 21, 2014, El-Erian resigned from PIMCO as of mid-March 2014, stating he decided to leave after receiving a letter from his daughter outlining important events in her life that he missed.[15] However, it was widely reported that his resignation was triggered by conflicts with Gross,[16] raising questions about the company's succession plan as El-Erian was widely perceived as heir apparent to the 69 year old Gross.[17] Despite this, El-Arian praised Gross as "a brilliant investor ... anchored by three things that you hardly ever find in an investor: Strong fundamentals including economics, a really good feel for the market and strong bond math" when Gross departed Pimco.[18]

El-Erian은 모회사 (Allianz)의 국제 집행위원회 위원이며 국제 자문위원회의 위원장이며 경영진의 고문입니다.

El-Erian has published widely on international economic and finance topics. He is a member of the Financial Times "A-List"[19] of writers, has a monthly column in Foreign Policy and is a contributing editor at the FT. He is also a regular op-ed contributor to Project Syndicate.[20] His columns have appeared in The Atlantic, Bloomberg, The Economist, "Business Insider", Financial Times, Fortune, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Financial Express, and other outlets. He is a columnist for Bloomberg.[21] His first book When Markets Collide was a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. The book won the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award in 2008,[22] was named a book of the year by The Economist,[23] and called one of the best business books of all time by The Independent.[24] His second book, The Only Game in Town: Central Banks, Instability, and Avoiding the Next Collapse, was also a New York Times bestseller.

El-Erian was named to Foreign Policy's list of Top 100 Global Thinkers four years in a row: for 2009,[25] 2010,[26] 2011,[27] and 2012.[28] He appears regularly on CNN, CNBC, and Bloomberg as well as other media outlets.

In April 2013, Foreign Policy named him as one of the 500 most powerful people on the planet.[29] In 2017, he again was listed on Worth's "power 100." He was inducted into the Fixed Income Analysts Society Hall of Fame on April 14, 2011.[30] In 2011, 2012, and 2013, he was included in Investment Advisor's annual IA 25 list honoring the most influential people in and around the advisor community.[31][32][33] In December 2012, Marketwatch named him one of "30 leaders who will set the agenda in 2013" – the publication's annual list of the people who will shape economic currents in the coming year.[34]2013 년 9 월, 그는 아프리카 투자 의사 결정권자를위한 선도적 인 잡지를 발행하는 국제 투자 및 커뮤니케이션 그룹 인 Africa Investor 로부터 올해의 자본 시장 인물로 선정되었습니다 . [35]

Worth Magazine, a publication focused on high-net-worth individuals, named El-Erian to its Power 100 list – "The 100 Most Powerful People in Finance" – in 2011,[36] 2012,[37] 2013, 2016 and 2017.[38] In September 2012, he was given the Creative Leadership Award by the Louise Blouin Foundation. In February 2014, the Ukleja Center[39] honored him with the 2014 Nell and John Wooden Ethics in Leadership award. In July 2014, the Egyptian Cancer Network gave him the Lifetime Achievement Award for his support of cancer treatment and cures for children in Egypt.[40] In November 2015, The Middle East Institute in Washington DC honored him with their Visionary Award. The award recognizes outstanding leadership in international economic and financial policy, melding creativity and vision with expertise to promote global prosperity.

In February 2017, Richtopia ranked him 23rd in its list of top 100 economists in the world.[41] In both 2016 and 2017, Linked-In recognized him as one of its top 3 "voices" among its "influencers." In 2017, he was named to Investment New's list of 20 market "Icons and Innovators." He has appeared regularly on the Orange County Business Journal's list of most influential personalities.

El-Erian은 미국 재무부 차입 자문위원회, 국제 여성 연구 센터 , IMF 저명인사위원회, Peterson 국제 경제 연구소 등 여러 이사회와위원회에서 활동했습니다 . 그는 현재 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (부회장), NBER (집행위원회)의 이사, 미국 케임브리지 및 캠브리지 대학 자본 캠페인 공동 의장입니다. 2015 년 3 월 18 일, El-Erian은 Cambridge University 후원자 길드의 동반자로 인정되었습니다. 그는 또한 New America 의 이사이기도합니다 .King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and The Pegasus School. Since 2007, he has served as chair of the Microsoft Investment Advisory Committee. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on the international advisory committees of Allianz and Investcorp.[42] He is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations.

His philanthropic efforts over the years have emphasized education and health, including major gifts to the Children's Cancer Hospital in Egypt as well as the University of Cambridge and Queens' College. In October 2015, it was announced that, together with funding for studentships and new faculty positions, the El-Erian Institute for Human Behavior and Economic Policy would be established in partnership with Queens' College and the Faculty of Economics at Cambridge. The work of the institute will look to appropriately combine economics and finance with neuroscience, psychology, politics and behavioral finance to better understand how people actually make decisions rather than how narrow theory assumes they will.

El-Erian is a widely recognized thought leader and is credited with developing the post-global financial crisis concept of the "New Normal".[43] Having first come up with the concept in January 2009 and after discussions with PIMCO, he wrote about it in May 2009[44][45] and presented it in several forums, including as the 2010 Per Jacobsson Foundation Lecture in Washington D.C.[46] He has published numerous articles and commentaries on topics related to the New Normal, the sovereign debt crisis in Europe,[47][48] the transformative changes occurring in the Middle East,[49][50] and other matters related to the global economy, policy and markets.[51][52]

El-Erian has spoken at many universities, public institutions and other organizations, including the University of California, Irvine, the New York Public Library, the University of Southern California, Cambridge, Oxford, the Newport Beach Public Library, the BIS, CFA Society of Chicago, HSBC, Barclays Bank, the UK Parliament’s House of Lords, SALT, Rand Merchant Bank, Marcus Evans, Mortgage Bankers Association, Insurance Bureau of Canada, World 50, and the 92nd Street Y. He has also spoken at CFA, FT, and Economist conferences. In November 2007, El-Erian was the series kick-off speaker of the MIT Egyptian Club.[53] In 2010, he delivered the Per Jacobsson Foundation Lecture[54] in Washington, D.C. In 2012 he was chosen to present the Homer Jones Memorial Lecture[55][56] at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. In October 2012, he delivered the keynote Bagehot at The Economist's Buttonwood Gathering in New York. In November 2013, he delivered the luncheon speech at the IMF's Annual Research Conference that also featured Ben Bernanke, Olivier Blanchard, Stanley Fischer, Ken Rogoff, and Larry Summers. In October 2014, he spoke at HSBC and RBS. He participated in the international symposium of the Banque de France.

He was also the keynote speaker at the 2014 CME Conference along with Ben Bernanke and Colin Powell.[57] He has also spoken before the Economic Club of Canada, Soka University, ProBono Economics, Boston Security Analysts, Rabobank, Citadel, ETF, National Rural Utilities Cooperative, Cisco, BTG Pactual, Euromoney, NMS, Mortgage Bankers Association, CME, Rabobank, the Global Financial Forum and many others. In March 2015 he was a featured speaker at the Egypt Economic Development Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.[58] He also is a contributor to LinkedIn's Influencer series and was ranked third on their top 10 influencers of the year.[59] In November 2015, he participated in the Fortune CEO Global Summit[60] and was the keynote speaker at the CFA Society of Chicago.[61] In December 2015, El-Erian was the keynote speaker at the Information Management Network Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona.[62]

On July 1, 2019, El-Erian was appointed Senior Global Fellow at The Lauder Institute and Part-Time Professor of Practice at The Wharton School.[63] On October 1, 2020, he took up office as President of Queens' College, Cambridge.[64]

El-Erian was ranked the top influencer by LinkedIn in 2016[65] and third in 2017.

El-Erian is a New York Jets fan, and has been known to appear on TV in a Jets jersey.[66]

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