Sangeetha Ramaswamy, Macro Strategist, Eton Park

Sangeetha Ramaswamy is the head of macroeconomic analysis and strategy at Eton Park Capital Management, a global multi-strategy hedge fund with $13 billion of assets under management. She regularly meets with senior thought leaders, investors, and policy officials, and has specific responsibilities for informing the fund’s senior portfolio managers on global macro themes, risks, and investment ideas. Prior to joining Eton Park, Sangeetha spent several years as the managing editor of Roubini Global Economics, where she built the content division and editorial team of a major macroeconomic consultancy in its incipient stage. At RGE, she worked closely with Nouriel Roubini and Brad Setser, and co-authored the firm's proprietary research on global reserve accumulation, which was subsequently used by former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers in a series of policy speeches in 2006 on excessive reserve accumulation by emerging market central banks. Sangeetha previously worked in the investment banking division of Goldman Sachs in the financial institutions group. Sangeetha has a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University, majoring in Ethics, Politics and Economics, with a focus on emerging markets, along with a Master of Business Administration from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, which she attended as a Joseph Wharton fellow. She was elected in 2011 to term membership of the Council on Foreign Relations, in recognition of her commitment and promise of future achievement in international affairs.