Adam Chester

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  • Customer: Chantelle Newton
  • Date post: March 16, 2017

Adam started his career at the Bank of England as a financial markets economist. He later moved to the Monetary Policy section, where he was responsible for helping to compile and analyse the UK monetary aggregates. In 1992, Adam moved to the investment bank Yamaichi International as an international bond strategist. After five years with Yamaichi, he joined Halifax Group Treasury. He was appointed Chief Economist in 1999, and subsequently Chief Economist/Head of Research of HBOS Treasury Services in October 2001. In 2009, following the Lloyds Bank takeover of HBOS, Adam joined the Commercial Banking division as Head of Economics.

Adam was appointed a council member of the Society of Business Economists in 1996 and fellow of the Society of Business Economists in 2015. His job involves regular contact with the media. He has written articles for various national newspapers and often appears in the financial press and on television.