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Charles is Global Tax Lead Analyst for Ernst & Young and former Associate director at the CEBR (Centre for Economics and Business Research), where he headed the macroeconomics consulting practice. He was responsible for the firm’s macroeconomic advisory service as well as regular client reports and briefings on the outlook for the global and UK economy.
Charles is an economic adviser to a wide range of private sector organisations and provides quarterly briefings for UK Members of Parliament on how the economy is affecting the small business sector. In addition, he oversees CEBR’s global economic research programme which includes editing reports on the global economic outlook.
Charles joined CEBR as an economist in 2007 where he delivered a wide range of projects. Over the next four years, Charles rose through the ranks to become Head of Macroeconomics in 2011, where he is now the lead figure on the macroeconomics consulting team.
Charles works closely with Chief Executive Douglas McWilliams to deliver a range of macroeconomic analysis and forecasts to clients, including the quarterly United Kingdom Prospects Report, Consumer and Housing Prospects Report and Global Prospects Report.
Charles is an economic advisor to ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales). As such he authors CEBR’s quarterly Economic Insights Reports for ICAEW for the Middle East and edits Cebr’s quarterly Economic Insights Reports for ICAEW for China and for South East Asia. He has a successful speaking tour of the Far East and the Middle East under his belt.
His analyses of macroeconomic developments have been quoted in major print publications such as Financial Times, Guardian, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and Reuters, and he has appeared on a range of international media including BBC, ITV News, CNN, CNBC, and Thomson Reuters.
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