James joined CRU Consulting Beijing in 2017. He is a Consultant with an Economics background.
James has worked on a wide range of projects for miners, converters and investment bankers. These projects include market studies on battery metals, aluminium and steel, market entry and product mix strategy planning, due diligence studies, cost and value-in-use modelling.
Prior to joining CRU, James worked as a Research assistant in Texas A&M University and had an internship with Bank of China. He has also been involved in Microfinance Global Brigades in Ghana.
James holds an MSc Economics in the London School of Economics (LSE) and a BSc in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Exeter. James also studied as an exchange student in Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
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