Director: Rebuilding Macroeconomics 

Angus Armstrong is the Director of the Rebuilding Macroeconomics Network.  In addition, Angus also assumes the role of Chief Economic Adviser to Lloyds Banking Group.

Previously, Angus Armstrong was the Director of Macroeconomics at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIECR). In addition, he was Head of Macroeconomic Analysis at Her Majesty’s Treasury from mid-2004, where he was closely involved in the UK’s response to the financial crisis, including representation at G20 Officials Meetings. Prior to joining the Treasury, Armstrong was Chief Economist Asia and a Managing Director at Deutsche Bank. He is an Adjunct Professor at Imperial College Business School. His research interests are the application of finance to family decision making and comparative macro-financial systems.

Academically Angus has a PhD in economics and is an Honorary Professor Stirling University. Fields of expertise include macroeconomics, financial systems, international monetary system and constitutional economics (Scotland and Brexit).

Blogs by Angus Armstrong

can globalisation benefit everyone public consultation
Public Discussion: Can Globalisation Benefit Everyone?
Angus Armstrong – On 27th September, Rebuilding Macroeconomics held its first Discovery Meeting at The Lowry in Salford, near Manchester... Read more.
What is rebuilding macroeconomics
Why Rebuild Macroeconomics?
Angus Armstrong – The Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) has invested in a brand-new network to understand the macroeconomy... Read more.