Cebr’s board of directors has appointed Ms Nina Skero as Cebr’s new Chief Executive from today 1 October 2019. She succeeds Graham Brough, who has worked as Managing Director and Chief Executive since 2010. Graham will remain with the company and has been appointed Cebr President with responsibility for major accounts. In his new role he will focus on client engagement and business development.
Nina is currently Cebr Director of Operations. Previously, she served as Head of Macroeconomics, leading the firm’s forecasting and overseeing part of the company’s bespoke client research. As a member of Cebr’s senior leadership team, she has played an integral role in the company’s consistent growth over recent years.
‘I am very excited that Nina has agreed to take on this post’ said Douglas McWilliams, Cebr founder and Deputy Chairman. ‘In her five years with the company she has shown herself to be a remarkably impressive leader. I would also like to congratulate Graham Brough on his successful period running the company over the past nine years during which he has doubled the size of the business and made huge strides in developing our brand and our credibility. I can also assure our clients that Graham and I both intend to stay involved with Cebr. Having completed the Peking to Paris Endurance Car Rally and published my new book ‘The Inequality Paradox’ I am now in a position to contribute more to Cebr’s forecasting and other work’.
‘I am immensely honoured to lead the extraordinary team at Cebr as Chief Executive,’ said Skero. ‘I am proud of the work we have done in developing innovative economic techniques, growing the client base and establishing ourselves as one of the most prominent economic commentators in the UK and globally. Going forward, we will remain focused on delivering strong results for our clients, as well as being a rewarding place to work.’
About the CEO
Born in Belgrade in 1990, Nina joined Cebr in 2014 as an Economist. Over her five years at the company she advanced through a number of positions (Senior Economist, Managing Economist, Head of Macroeconomics, and Director). Her research has covered a number of areas including housing, Brexit preparations, the consumer economy and international development.
Given the high profile of her work, Nina regularly engages in media appearances, including live commentary on BBC News, Bloomberg TV and Sky News as well as speaking engagements on national and regional radio stations. Her commentary has been featured in leading publications such as The Times, Financial Times, The Guardian, Bloomberg, City A.M. and Daily Mail.
She has become one of the UK’s leading voices in the economics space, regularly speaking at conferences around the country and the world.
Before joining Cebr, Nina worked as an analyst at an industrial technology company, focusing on demand forecasting.
She graduated summa cum laude from Babson College in 2012 with a double concentration in Economics and Global Business Management. She also holds an MSc in Political Economy of Europe from the London School of Economics.
The Centre for Economics and Business Research is an independent consultancy with a reputation for sound business advice based on thorough and insightful research. Since 1992, Cebr has been at the forefront of business and public interest research. The company provides analysis, forecasts and strategic advice to major UK and multinational companies, financial institutions, government departments and agencies and trade bodies. For further information about Cebr please visit the Cebr website.
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