Vice Chairman for Sovereigns and the Official Institutions, Morgan Stanley
Reza Moghadam is Vice Chairman for Sovereigns and the Official Institutions at Morgan Stanley.
He joined the Firm in 2014 from the International Monetary Fund (“IMF”) where he served for 22 years, including his role as Director of the European Department, responsible for interacting with European policy makers and institutions during the Eurozone crisis.
Prior to heading the IMF’s European Department, he was Director of Strategy, Policy, and Review Department for three years, and Head of the Managing Director’s office also for three years, serving both Rodrigo de Rato and Dominique Strauss-Kahn. He previously worked in both the European and the Asia-Pacific Departments of the Fund.
Mr. Moghadam earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics at Oxford University, a master’s degree in economics at the London School of Economics, and a PhD in economics at the University of Warwick