Andreas (Andy) Jobst is a senior economist in the IMF’s European Department, where he covers the financial sector, monetary policy, and macroprudential surveillance for the Euro Area. Previously he held desk appointments for Ireland, Italy, Latvia, and the Slovak Republic. Mr. Jobst also served as one of the main authors of the Global Financial Stability Report and inter alia led the stress testing exercises (solvency/liquidity) as part of the Financial Sector Assessment Program (2005-2011).
He held senior positions outside the IMF―as Adviser to the Managing Director and CFO of World Bank Group (2016-19), where he was responsible for development economics (with focus on infrastructure) and the design and implementation of financial and regulatory policies (including representations at the G20 and the Financial Stability Board), and Chief Economist and Deputy Director (Supervision) at the Bermuda Monetary Authority (2011-14), where he established the financial stability framework and advised the Ministry of Finance on fiscal policies.
Mr. Jobst also worked at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation , the Deutsche Bundesbank, the European Central Bank, the Bank of England, and Deutsche Bank (London). He holds a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics.