Manmohan Singh is a Senior Economist at the IMF in Washington DC. He continues to write extensively on topical issues including deleveraging in financial markets, rehypothecation of collateral, and counterparty risk in OTC derivatives. He was the first to identify the role cheapest-to-deliver bonds as a proxy for recovery value in CDS instruments. Manmohan has led workshops for the IMF on strategic asset allocation and regulatory proposals to official sector policy makers. His articles have regularly appeared in Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Euromoney, RISK, Journal of Investment Management, etc. His work experience covers several countries including U.K., U.S., Chile, India, Japan,Hungary, Poland,the Gulf countries and more recently peripheral Europe.
He holds a Ph.d. in Economics and a MBA from Univ. Illinois (Urbana-Champaign). He received his B.S. (magna cum laude) from Allegheny College, Pennsylvania. He was previously with ABN Amro Bank's emerging market syndicate team (Amsterdam/London).
Articles by Manmohan Singh:
Shadow banking: Economics and policy priorities
12 January 2013, 19728 reads
The (other) deleveraging: What economists need to know about the modern money creation process
2 July 2012, 38998 reads
US debt issuance since 1951 and the fallacy of issuing floating rate notes
14 May 2012, 8619 reads
Central Bank reserve creation in the era of negative money multipliers
7 May 2012, 32853 reads
The fallacy of moving the over-the-counter derivatives market to central counterparties
22 January 2012, 17195 reads