About the analysts
Durukal Gun works as a strategist in Emerging Markets Research. Durukal joined from Barclays' equity research team where he was a banking analyst covering Turkey. Prior to Barclays, Durukal was an equity strategist at UniCredit within the EME Equity Strategy team, based in London. During his five years with UniCredit Group, Durukal also worked as a bank analyst/equity strategist in Istanbul. Durukal completed his BA in Economics at Bilkent University, Turkey, followed by a TEV-British Chevening scholarship for a Masters of Science in Finance and Economics at Manchester Business School.
Christian Keller is a Managing Director and Head of Economics Research at Barclays, leading the coverage of both developed and emerging markets. Mr. Keller is based in London and joined Barclays in 2007 from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where he had been the Resident Representative in Turkey since 2005. Prior to that, he was based at the IMF headquarters in Washington D.C., working on IMF programs with emerging market economies in Europe, Latin America and Asia. Mr. Keller graduated with a PhD in Economics from University of Köln, Germany, and holds a joint-MA in Economics and Finance from University of Köln and HEC, Paris.
Sree Kochugovindan is Senior UK Economist at Barclays, based in London. Prior to this role, Dr. Kochugovindan was an International Economist and a Global Asset Allocation Strategist at Barclays, responsible for identifying tactical and strategic investing opportunities across all asset classes and regions. She is also co-author of Barclays Equity Gilt Study. Sree previously worked at State Street Bank and Trust in the Foreign Exchange Research department. She received her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of London. Whilst completing her thesis, she also worked as a lecturer teaching Economics.
Tomasz Wieladek is currently a Senior International Economist at Barclays, covering Poland, Hungary, Germany and wider European issues. Prior to joining Barclays, Tomasz spent seven years at the Bank of England working on financial stability and monetary policy issues. His financial stability work focused on the causes of the 2008-09 global financial crises and the design of macroprudential policy. As an adviser to the Monetary Policy Committee, he examined the economic effects of the unconventional monetary policies adopted by the Bank of England, including Quantitative Easing, Forward Guidance and the Funding for Lending Scheme. He also played a vital part in building the Bank of England’s new research hub. He holds a PhD in International Economics from the Graduate Institute, Geneva and an MPhil from the University of Cambridge, UK. His research has been published in outlets such as The Journal of the European Economic Association, The Journal of Finance, The Journal of Monetary Economics and The Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.