Prior to setting up Credit Capital Advisory, Thomas ran a number of analytics and research businesses including Fitch Solutions, the analytics division of Fitch Group as well as the Datastream, Economics and Fixed Income businesses at Thomson Financial. Before managing analytics and research businesses, Thomas spent several years as an international management consultant in Europe, North America and Asia turning around failing companies.
Thomas is a prominent commentator on credit risk management and macro strategy. He has published numerous articles and reports on the impact that credit has on the wider economy and the implications for asset allocation and business cycle measurement. Other prior research includes the measurement of non-financial risks which were undertaken in conjunction with the World Economic Forum. His latest book, Profiting from Monetary Policy: Investing Through the Business Cycle was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2012. In 2007 he coauthored Prediction Markets: The End of the Regulatory State with Frank Vibert. He holds a first class degree from the London School of Economics and an MPhil from the University of Cambridge.