Jeremy Martin

Senior Adviser, Global and European Issues at Bank of England

Senior Adviser, Global and European Issues, Bank of England
Policy Fellow Alumnus, Centre for Science and Policy

Jeremy Martin is a Senior Adviser in the Bank of England’s International Department. His current role involves leading the Bank’s work on international trade, and advising on its international macroeconomic engagement strategy. Since 2015, he has represented the United Kingdom on the G20 Framework Working Group – a forum to facilitate macroeconomic policy cooperation among G20 countries.

Jeremy has worked on a number of special projects at the Bank, including on Britain leaving the EU, the euro-area crisis, the potential consequences of Scottish Independence, and the global financial crisis. In 2014 Jeremy worked as a Britain Correspondent at The Economist, on secondment from the Bank, writing about various aspects of British society and economics. He is a graduate of Cambridge and Bristol Universities.

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