Underwriting in US Bond Markets: Why the Status Quo Poses Risks to Competition
Paul joined Fideres in 2019 after completing a BSc. in Economic History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His dissertation explored the impact of immigration on US wage growth during the Age of Mass Migration (1860-1920). At LSE, Paul was also a Trustee of the Student Union and President of the Music Society, having previously performed with two national choirs in the US. At Fideres, Paul’s work primarily focuses on cases of financial antitrust, financial benchmark manipulation, and financial market manipulation litigation, particularly regarding Foreign Exchange and Bond Market manipulation.