Senior Economist, Banking Risk, S&P Global Market IntelligenceNatasha McSwiggan is a senior economist on the Banking Risk team specialising in emerging markets in Europe and Central Asia.
Natasha is an Senior Economist for the S&P Global Market Intelligence, she is responsible for producing quarterly financial sector forecasts of mainly advanced economies alongside providing regular banking risk analysis for Uzbekistan, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Croatia and Mongolia. Since joining the banking risk team, she has also provided expert analysis on regional banking sector developments, including Latin America, and Emerging Europe. She authors headline analysis on current banking sector events, country banking risk reports, and special reports on country, regional, and international banking risk issues. In addition to collecting and maintaining data for the banking risk database, she also independently runs and oversees the monthly refresh of a financial sector database for around 120 countries.
Prior to S&P Global, Natasha interned at a financial services company, based in London, and has also previously gained work experience alongside the mayoral team, at the time led by the now current UK Prime Minister, at London City Hall. McSwiggan received her master's degree in economics from the University of Surrey, where she specialized in econometric analysis. She gained her first degree in economics from the University of York, UK.
- Country / Territory Risk
- Financial Services
- Banking Risk
- Credit Risk
- Emerging Markets
- Financial Sector Data