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Prior to moving to SEB in 1997, Robert worked for Sweden's central bank (Riksbanken) where he spent a total of nine years. There he held several positions of which the most recent was as head of the research department within the Monetary and Exchange Rate Department. In 2007 Robert was appointed Chief Economist of SEB, a position which he held until August 2021 when he chose to step aside to become the bank's Senior Economist. Roberts hold a BA in Economics and Statistics from the university of Linköping.
Erica Dalstø is Chief Strategist in Norway and responsible for SEB's Norwegian research, focusing on macro, the local currency and interest rates. Erica joined SEB in 2007 as a Swedish fixed income strategist. She has been in her current position since 2010. Erica holds a M.Sc. in Business and Economics from Stockholm School of Economics.
Johan's main focus is on topical research of new and hot trends in the economy and financial markets. Johan joined SEB in 2004 as an FX strategist from Svenska Handelsbanken. He has worked with macro, FX and fixed income analysis since the late 1990s. He holds a B.Sc. from Uppsala university.
Carl Hammer is SEB's Head of strategy and is responsible for the bank's currency, interest rate and commodity analysis. Carl focuses on global macro/strategy, FX and central banks. He joined SEB in 2006 from the Debt Office, where he worked as a portfolio manager of the Swedish government's external debt. Carl started his career in London at Monitor Company as an analyst in Corporate Finance with a focus on Private Equity. Carl has an MSc degree from the London School of Economics and a BSc degree from Uppsala University.