Alberto Gallo is a macro fund manager.
Over the years, he has highlighted ways to improve our financial system, to make it more equal and sustainable, and to prevent future crises.
Alberto became an expert on financial crises, working as a macro economist in the US during the Lehman collapse and in Europe throughout the Eurozone crisis. In 2016, he left macroeconomic research to launch a global fund designed to navigate bond markets as the era of monetary stimulus ends.
His track record includes foreseeing the financial crisis of 2008 as well as the European crisis of 2010, the subsequent central bank driven recovery, and the following rise in inequality and global populism.
Alberto is active in the financial policy debate as an advisor to central banks and regulators on macro financial stability and as a frequent contributor to the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, the World Economic Forum, and a Bloomberg View columnist. He is also a guest faculty at his alma mater, Bocconi University.