Douglas Rediker represented the United States on the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) from 2010-12.
Rediker is now Chairman of a boutique advisory firm that provides clients with market-relevant insights and actionable advice on the political economy of global financial markets.
Rediker is also a Visiting Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. He served as Chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Geopolitical Risk Global Agenda Council and currently serves as a member of the WEF’s Geo-economic Global Agenda Council.
Rediker has testified before the US Congress on subjects such as the role of the IMF, foreign policy implications of the economic crisis, and the threats and opportunities posed by sovereign wealth funds and state capitalism.
He is co-editor of the e-book What's Next: Essays on the Geopolitics That Matter and has published opinion pieces in the Financial Times, New York Times, Foreign Policy, New Republic, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, and has appeared on a regular basis on the BBC, CNN and CNBC.
Rediker was named an "Emerging Markets Superstar" by Global Finance Magazine and has received both the "EEMEA Equity" and "M&A Deals of the Year" by the International Financing Review. He began his career as an attorney at Skadden Arps and also served as Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation and director of the Global Strategic Finance Initiative, which he co-founded and is a member of the US Council on Foreign Relations.