Alexis Crow

Global Head, Geopolitical Investing, PwC

A highly respected global economist who focuses on geopolitics and investing, her insights are sought by executives around the world seeking to make decisions about capital allocation and long-term investment. In her position, she covers the regions of Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and North America. She is a passionate public speaker, and often provides keynote speeches on the global macroeconomic environment, and the geopolitical landscape, with a focus on sectors including real estate and infrastructure, ESG, energy, technology, and consumer. She leads a team of talented experts, with a focus on developing their expertise in macroeconomic analysis, geopolitical investing, developing client relationships, and using data visualisation tools to guide investment decisions. In addition to her primary role as a global economist and advisor, she also serves as Senior Fellow at Columbia Business School, and within the Global Business and Economics programme at the Atlantic Council, where she focuses on income inequality, ESG and the environment, and economic empowerment of women. She is a dedicated mentor to young women and young men seeking to make a contribution in the world, as well as to be economically empowered. She is also a vital part of the community in New York City, volunteering for homeless friends within Sant’Egidio. She is a dynamic participant in the Basilica of Saint Patricks Old Cathedral, where she serves as reader; and also in St Patrick’s Cathedral, where she works to support professional people seeking a richer spiritual life, as well as addressing critical issues such as immigration and income inequality.