Keerti Rajan joined IHS Markit in December 2013 and the Country Risk team’s Asia Pacific desk in September 2016. He oversees all country risk analysis of the Asia Pacific region. Before joining the desk, Dr. Rajan headed the Political Risk team, responsible for global calibration of political and business risks and development of the team’s methodology. Before joining IHS Markit, he worked in the Bank of England, Moore Stephens Consulting, and the Royal Bank of Scotland. At the Bank of England, he worked with the (then-) Financial Services Authority and HM Treasury to assess systemic credit and liquidity risks to UK financial stability, providing briefings for the Governor of the Bank of England and the Chancellor of the Exchequer. At Moore Stephens Consulting, he developed stochastic modelling solutions for a range of businesses. At RBS, his team acted as a node between the equity derivatives trading desk, risk control functions, and settlements. Dr. Rajan holds an MA in international political economy and an MPhil in political studies from the University of London and a PhD in political economy from the University of Cambridge. His academic work has focused on emerging Asia, with a master’s dissertation comparing Indonesia and Malaysia during the Asian financial crisis and doctoral work assessing the political and economic causes and public health consequences of income inequality in India using mainly census data.