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Meral Karasulu, Ph.D.

Director of Fixed Income Research

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  • B.A. from Bosphorus University
  • Ph.D. from Boston College

Meral Karasulu, Ph.D. serves as a Director of Fixed Income Research on the Global Debt Team, covering emerging economies in the Asia-Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe regions. She joined the Firm in 2015. Previously, Dr. Karasulu worked at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) where she served in a number of capacities over her seventeen year tenure, most recently serving as Deputy Division Chief in the Asia Pacific department.

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  • B.A. from Bosphorus University
  • Ph.D. from Boston College
  • 20 YRS

    Industry

  • 3 YRS

    Oppenheimer

Insights

Global Debt

South Africa: After Zuma, A Light at The End of The Tunnel

Director of Fixed Income Research

Portfolio Manager

We are more constructive on South Africa in the wake of its change in leadership.

Global Debt

It's President Xi's Party and He Will Make China Great Again

Director of Fixed Income Research

Political dynamics point to more sustainable economic growth in China.

Global Debt

South Korea: When Whales Fight, What Happens to the Shrimp?

Director of Fixed Income Research

With tensions rising along the Korean peninsula, we see South Korea as a tactical play.

Global Debt

If Not for the Geopolitics, Russia Would Be Boring

Director of Fixed Income Research

Despite geopolitical risks, we believe Russia’s local currency debt remains a good yield play.

Global Debt

China's Year of Stability - and A Look Ahead

Director of Fixed Income Research

We believe China's growth, though strong, remains unsustainable beyond 2017.

Global Debt

South Africa as a Short-Term Tactical Play

Director of Fixed Income Research

We see South Africa as a short-term tactical play in our portfolio.

Global Debt

India: A Bright Star Among Emerging Markets

Director of Fixed Income Research

India is turning a corner and, despite some challenges, may offer long-term opportunities.

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