Return to search

Former Trump advisor joins infra consultancy

Stephen Moore has been appointed by 32 Advisors as a strategic partner in the firm's economic advisory and infrastructure development services.

Cross-border infrastructure consultancy firm 32 Advisors has hired Stephen Moore, a former senior economic advisor for President Donald Trump’s campaign during the US election.

Moore joins 32 Advisors as a strategic partner in its economic advisory practice. The New York-based firm provides economic consultancy services and develops infrastructure projects for clients.

During the 2016 campaign, Moore served as a senior economic advisor to Trump, focusing on tax reform, regulatory reform and energy policy. He has previously served as a member of the Wall Street Journal’s editorial board covering the economy and as a senior economist at the Congressional Joint Economic Committee.

“Today’s economy requires experienced and thought leadership to navigate global changes,” 32 Advisors founder Robert Wolf said. “Stephen’s breadth of experience on the intersection of the private sector and public policy will provide our clients with actionable insights for the most pressing issues.”

“As the global economic and political landscape changes, it is crucial for clients to have the tools to make informed and educated investment decisions,” Moore said.

He will be joining Austan Goolsbee, the former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under former president Barack Obama.

32 Advisors was founded in 2012 and launched its infrastructure practice until 2015. The firm not only advises clients on infrastructure-related matters but also serves as a deal development platform.