Keith Savard
Adjunct Fellow
Banking, Capital Flows, Capital Markets, Finance, Global Economy, Public Policy, Systemic Risk


Keith Savard is a fellow at the Milken Institute. He has extensive executive management experience with expertise in evaluating the interrelationship between economic fundamentals and activity in global financial and commodity markets. He also has a background in sovereign risk analysis and applying a disciplined economic approach to investment-portfolio decision-making.

Previously, Savard was a senior managing economist at the Milken Institute. Before joining the Institute, Savard was director of economic research and chief economist at Samba Financial Group (formerly Saudi American Bank) in London. He also held positions at Zurich Investments, The Institute of International Finance, the U.S. Department of State and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

Related Publications
Systemic Risk WEB 1
Date: September 2016
By Claude Lopez, Donald Markwardt, and Keith Savard
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Date: September 2016
Jakob Wilhelmus, Perry Wong, Keith Savard and Cindy Li
Pages from Macroprudential Policy cover
Date: July 2015
Claude Lopez, Donald Markwardt and Keith Savard
2015 Global Opp Index COVER v2
Date: June 2015
By Heather Wickramarachi and Keith Savard
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Date: September 2014
Donald Markwardt, Keith SavardHeather Wickramarachi, and Perry Wong
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