Andres Vinelli, Chief Economist at CFA Institute, on Short-Termism, Regulation, Capital Markets and Standard Setting.


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Andres Vinelli is the CFA Institute’s Chief Economist, an expert in financial markets and in the analysis of highly regulated markets who leads the Research function, which is foundational to developing the organization’s advocacy positions, standards, and codes.

Andres also guides economic market analysis and the creation of derivative products to inform and support policy positions and the development of industry standards. As a member of the Research, Advocacy and Standards Leadership Team, Andres works to augment cross-departmental and cross-functional original research.

Before his service at the CFA Institute, Andres was the Vice President for Economic Policy at the Center for American Progress where he spearheaded the strategic direction of economic policy for the organization. Areas of focus included macroeconomic recovery and the COVID-19 pandemic as well as incorporating Environmental, Social, and Governance considerations in financial market regulation and in corporate governance.

Andres is also an Adjunct Professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, where he teaches the MBA course “Financial Markets and Crises.”

On this episode of Outside In, Jon talks with Andres about short-termism, regulation, capital markets and standard setting.

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