Now is where it gets interesting for wages
June 2018 | BY Brett Gillespie
An acceleration in U.S. wages would be a big problem for the Fed, says Brett Gillespie of Ellerston Capital.
Brett joined Ellerston Capital in November 2016 as Head of Global Macro. Brett has worked in the financial services industry for over 28 years with over 26 of these as a fundamental medium term macro trader with only one negative return/benchmark under-performance during this time. Before joining Ellerston, Brett spent over 10 years as Senior Portfolio Manager at Tudor Investment Corporation in both London and Sydney.
Prior to this Brett spent two years contracted to manage capital for Commonwealth Bank of Australia on an absolute return basis.
Brett began his career in 1989 at Bankers Trust as a Futures Broker then Proprietary Trader. Brett transitioned to BT Funds Management Ltd to the position of Executive Vice President, Head of Cash and Cash Enhanced Products and in 1999 commenced management of Intermediate Bond Funds. Brett’s last held position here was Head of Global Sovereign Bonds.
Brett has a Bachelor of Economics degree from the University of Sydney and has been a guest panel speaker at the OECD Business and Finance Outlook Conference and a guest lecturer at the London Business School.