Nikhil Mohan, Economist, Industrial

nikhil.mohan@cbre.com | +1 617-912-5209


Nikhil Mohan is an economist with CBRE Econometric Advisors in Boston, MA. His primary responsibility is to closely track the U.S. Industrial real estate sector, which includes forecasting the key metrics for the sector, while also providing in-depth commentary on the new and emerging trends. Nikhil’s research informs a broad audience of lenders, investors, brokers and other real estate professionals.

Prior to joining CBRE, Nikhil worked as a Eurozone Economist at HSBC Global Banking & Markets (Bangalore, India), focusing on Southern Eurozone nations and on the conduct of monetary and fiscal policy across the Eurozone. Some of the key topics that he covered during his time at HSBC were – what effects would the European Central Bank’s (ECB’s) policy of negative deposit rates have on commercial bank profitability; what form could quantitative easing (QE) take on in the Eurozone; comparing and contrasting QE in the Eurozone, the US, the UK and Japan – including the composition and the timing of asset purchases and the channels of influence of QE (credit, balance sheet or exchange rate channel).

Nikhil has also previously worked as an Asia Economist for Roubini Global Economics (a macroeconomic research firm), covering the Indian economy and East Asian economies. He holds a Master’s degree (M.Sc.) in Applied Economics and Financial Economics (with a focus on monetary economics) from the University of Nottingham, U.K and a Bachelor’s degree (B.Sc. Honours) in Economics, Banking and Finance from Cardiff University, Wales, U.K

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