Jorge A. Chan-Lau

Jorge Antonio Chan-Lau is a CEME Fellow and a senior economist at the International Monetary Fund, where he is a lead contributor to analytical and policy work on financial stability, risk modeling and capital markets, areas in which he has published widely. During 2007-08 he was on leave as a senior financial officer at the IFC, The World Bank Group, where he managed a frontier markets local currency loan portfolio, for which he designed and implemented the valuation and economic capital allocation models.

Read Chan-Lau's recent paper (December 2011): Frontier Markets: Punching Below their Weight? A Risk Parity Perspective on Asset Allocation.

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