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Lutfey Siddiqi

Lutfey Siddiqi is an Adjunct Professor at the National University of Singapore with joint appointments at the Risk Management Institute (RMI) and the Business School, teaching postgraduate courses in macroeconomics, international finance, sustainability, and risk management. Concurrently, he is a Visiting Professor-in-Practice at the London School of Economics (LSE-IDEAS).

He is a member of the advisory boards of LSE Systemic Risk Centre, the Centre for Governance and Sustainability (CGS) at NUS business school, the Inclusion Initiative (LSE Behavioural Science), and the governing board of UWC Atlantic College. He previously served on the governing board of New City College (NCC Group) London, LSE Court of Governors and LSE investment committee.

Previously, Lutfey was a Managing Director and member of the global executive committee for FX, Rates and Credit at UBS Investment Bank with responsibility for emerging markets. In addition, he was the founding head of UBS Knowledge Network, an inaugural member of the UBS Group Sustainability Council, and a designated 'opinion leader' contributing to cross-divisional white-papers and media outreach. Prior to that, he ran Asia-wide businesses for UBS and Barclays based in Singapore, with teams spanning Japan, Australia, Korea, India, Greater China and Southeast Asia.

Lutfey was recognized as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2012 where he has served on global future councils since 2014, contributed to the annual risk report since 2013 and spoken on the official program at Davos for several years.

He has a Masters in Economics from LSE, a first-class BSc (hon.) in Econometrics from the University of York, and has completed leadership courses at Harvard, Oxford, IMD and the LKY School of Public Policy. He also holds the Financial Times diploma for non-executive directors.

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