KPMG in the U.S.
Constance serves as the chief economist for KPMG LLP. She has extensive experience analyzing how economic developments and inflection points affect asset prices and businesses. Constance specializes in identifying linkages between developed and emerging markets and paradigm shifts brought about by disruptive technologies and mega trends. As an economic thought leader, she works alongside KPMG’s leadership team driving two main areas of focus: forecasting, planning, and strategy and relationship development and branding. She is also a frequent guest and co-host on major financial media channels, including CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox Business, and is widely quoted in print media.
Constance Hunter is the Chief Economist at KPMG where she is responsible for economic thought leadership at the firm. She also serves in a number of leadership capacities including as a member of both the KPMG’s Pension Advisory Committee and the firm’s Sensory Advantage Ecosystem. She is an invited speaker on a wide variety of macroeconomic topics at conferences, is a regular guest on Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and Fox Business, and is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and The Washington Post.
Constance is known for correctly identifying economic turning points. Most recently she is on record for being one of the first economists to officially call the Fed rate cuts in 2019. In addition to her leadership roles at KPMG, she currently serves as the President of the National Association for Business Economics.
She earned a Bachelors degree in Economics from NYU and a Masters from Columbia University.