Philip Suttle is a Deputy Managing Director and the Chief Economist at the IIF. In this position, Mr. Suttle is responsible for the IIF's economic work, the broad macroeconomic view, and its product development. These views are expressed in his Daily Comment, Global Economic Monitor (monthly), Capital Flows to Emerging Economies (semi-annual) and one-off Research Notes. He is also responsible for the Institute's work on the economics of financial regulation and is the primary author of IIF work assessing the economic impact of financial reform.
Mr. Suttle has had a long career as a global macroeconomist. Before coming to the IIF, he was a Managing Director at Barclays Capital. He has also worked at the World Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Bank of England. For most of his career, however, he was at JP Morgan, where he helped build Morgan's global economic research effort. He joined JP Morgan in London 1988 and was transferred to New York in 1992 to help build Morgan's international economics research effort.
Mr. Suttle was educated at Oxford University, where he received a B.A. in History and Economics from Merton College and an M.Phil. in Economics from Nuffield College. He is is a dual U.S. and U.K. National. He is 51 years old, and is married with three daughters. He lives in Potomac, MD.