Economist Southeast Asia & the Pacific, Bloomberg Economics
Tamara is Bloomberg’s economist for Southeast Asia and the Pacific. She has been a professional economist since 1986, covering the mature economies and emerging markets of Europe and Asia. Tamara focused on currency and fixed income strategy between 2002 and 2014, during which time she accumulated a strong track record for her trade ideas.
In previous roles, Tamara was deputy head of the International Monetary Fund’s Investment Unit in Washington, DC. She was head of Asian currency and rates strategy for ANZ Banking Group in Singapore.
Tamara earned her MA and Ph.D degrees in economics from Claremont Graduate University (USA). She has a bachelor’s degree in international relations and economics from the University of Virginia. Tamara is also a CFA Charterholder and the author of Fixed Income Strategy: A Practitioner’s Guide to Riding the Curve, published by Wiley.