Zoltan Pozsar Keynote Speaker

  • Senior advisor with the U.S. Department of the Treasury (2012-2015)
  • Founder and CEO of Ex Uno Plures, a macroeconomic advisory firm
  • Former Managing Director at Credit Suisse, member of the Investment Committee and Global Head of Rates Strategy

Zoltan Pozsar's Biography

Zoltan Pozsar is the visionary Founder and CEO of Ex Uno Plures, a specialized macroeconomic advisory firm with a focus on funding and interest rate markets and the impact great power conflict between the U.S. and China will have on the global financial architecture.

Prior to the establishment of Ex Uno Plures in 2023, Zoltan occupied pivotal roles in both the private and public sectors. From 2015 to 2023, he held the positions of Managing Director, Global Head of Short-Term Interest Rate Strategy, and a distinguished member of the Investment Committee at Credit Suisse in New York. During this period, Zoltan not only made significant contributions to his field but also earned the trust of top-tier global investors.

Preceding his tenure at Credit Suisse, Zoltan served as a Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of the Treasury and worked as a Visiting Scholar at the International Monetary Fund. His crucial role during the Great Financial Crisis included acting as the Head of Market Intelligence for Securitized Funding Markets at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY). In this capacity, he worked with senior officials at the White House, the Treasury, and the Federal Reserve Board, playing a key role in conceptualizing, designing, and operationalizing the Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility (TALF) to stabilize ABS markets.

Zoltan’s expertise and insights have had a lasting impact on policymakers and investors worldwide. In 2009, while at FRBNY, he created the map of the shadow banking system, which prompted the G20 to initiate regulatory measures in this area. Today, Zoltan is widely recognized as one of the most influential investment strategists globally, with a substantial following among industry professionals. In the wake of the freezing of Russia’s FX Reserves, his prediction that we are seeing the birth of Bretton Woods III – a new global monetary order built on digital currencies, gold and commodities – went viral globally.

An accomplished author, Zoltan has penned numerous op-eds for the Financial Times, consistently attracting media attention and featuring prominently in esteemed publications such as the Financial Times, Bloomberg, and The Wall Street Journal. He has been sought after as a speaker at distinguished events, including the World Economic Forum and the Ambrosetti Forum, and has addressed exclusive gatherings organized by the Federal Reserve and SAFE.

Originally from Hungary, Zoltan pursued his education in several countries, including Hungary, Sweden, the United States, and South Korea. He holds a master’s degree in economics and finance. Zoltan resides in New York City with his wife and daughter.

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Zoltan Pozsar's Speaking Topics

  • • Central banking

  • • Great power conflict

  • • Commodities

  • • Macro and interest rates

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