Marcelo Pinheiro is a director within the banking, insurance & capital markets practice and leads the quantitative analytics and risk management group. He has extensive experience as a financial economist in a regulatory agency, consultant in quantitative risk management, regulatory compliance, and litigation.
Marcelo has been responsible for development and validation of quantitative models including market, credit, interest rate, business risk, and bank stress testing models for mid-size and large banks. He has assessed the impact on clients and markets of the potential implementation of proposed US financial regulations as well as proposals from the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. He has performed quantitative analysis of manipulation in energy and equity markets, DCF valuation of companies and financial assets, and calculation of damages in ERISA and 10-b-5 litigation. Marcelo also has five years of experience in academia teaching and conducting research that led to papers published in high level peer-reviewed journals, in several fields in finance including banking, econometrics, and asset pricing. Finally, Marcelo has additional experience in international financial markets having worked in a large financial institution in Brazil for approximately two years. He is fluent in English and Portuguese and has good knowledge of Italian, French, and Spanish.
Ph.D., Financial Economics, Princeton University MA, Economics, Princeton University