Pippa Malmgren

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Pippa Malmgren
Occupation President
Employer Canonbury Group

Pippa Malmgren is president of Canonbury Group.[1]

She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Royal Institute for International Affairs, the Institute for International Strategic Security, The National Association of Business Economists, and the British Institute of Directors.


She served as an advisor on international economic issues to George W. Bush during his presidential campaign. Then she joined the White House and served as Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy on the National Economic Council. She was a member of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets and the President's Working Group on Corporate Governance.

While in the White House, she was responsible for all financial market issues for the President, which included corporate governance, bank regulation, Government Sponsored Enterprises, mortgages, deposit insurance, terrorism insurance issues, anti-money laundering, and international finance issues.

She was in charge of liaison between the White House and all the financial regulators including the Federal Reserve and the SEC. She was assigned to the White House Office of Homeland Defense Working Group on Terrorism Risks to the Economy. Before joining the administration, she was President of Malmgren and Company, in London, England.

Prior to founding Canonbury Group, she was the Deputy Head of Global Investment Strategy at UBS Warburg in London, England. She was the chief currency strategist for Bankers Trust Company. She previously headed the Global Asset Management business for Bankers Trust in Asia, out of Hong Kong. Prior to her career in investment banking, she was a trade policy specialist with the Trade Policy Research Centre in London and the OECD in Paris.[2]

The WEF in Davos (2000) named Malmgren a Global Leader for Tomorrow.


She has a B.A. from Mount Vernon College and an M.Sc. and a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics.