Natalie Dempster is Managing Director of Central Banks & Public Policy at the World Gold Council, where she plays a key role in the active dialogue with central bankers, multilateral agencies and government regulators, enabling them to make informed decision about the role of gold.
Dempster joined the World Gold Council in 2006, as part of the Investment Research and Marketing team. Her responsibilities included augmenting the strategic case for gold in investment portfolios, as well as catering for the needs of private banking professionals, family offices and endowments, institutional investors and their respective advisors.
Dempster also has 10 years of experience as an economist, having begun her career as a Foreign-Exchange Trader on the emerging markets desk of JP Morgan Chase, after which she worked as a Financial Markets Economist on the trading floors of the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Dempster holds a BSc in Economics from Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London and an MBA from City University Business School (CASS), London.