Senior Director, Capital Markets and Emerging Markets Policy, Institute of International Finance
Hung Q. Tran is senior director of Capital Markets and Emerging Markets Policy at the Institute of International Finance, where he is responsible for emerging market policy work as well as global capital market analysis.
Prior to joining the IIF, he spent six years at the International Monetary Fund as deputy director of the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, where his responsibilities included overall management of the IMF’s semi-annual Global Financial Stability Report.
From 1998 to 2001, Mr. Tran also served in London as the managing director, chief economist and global head of research at Rabobank International.
He spent the prior 12 years with Deutsche Bank with assignments in New York, Frankfurt and Singapore, including serving as director of Global Fixed Income Research (1987-90) and co-managing director of Deutsche Bank Research (1991-95).
Earlier in his career, Mr. Tran has worked in international fixed income research for Merrill Lynch and Salomon Brothers in New York.