Managing Director, Global Policy Research and Disruptive Themes Research
With two decades of on-the-ground experience across the Americas (including Brazil and Mexico) and China, Grace has worked at TS Lombard since 2007 and specializes in energy, political risk, infrastructure and industrial/tech policy, plus their intersection with emerging new technologies as key research themes. She previously led Latin America research at TS Lombard and has broad sector expertise in core areas spanning clean energy, oil & gas and agriculture alongside trade and tech issues. Prior to TS Lombard, she worked as an EM journalist with articles in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Asian Wall Street Journal, Barron's and Dow Jones Newswires among other publications. She is a graduate of Harvard University and has an MBA from Brazil’s Getulio Vargas Foundation.
Grace Fan contributes to the Global Political Drivers and US Watch publications.
Global Political Drivers:Detailed analysis of geo-political themes that drive global risk appetite among investors. (Fortnightly on Thursdays)
US Watch: Updates of our central scenario economic, political and market forecasts in 8-10 pages. (One note per week)