Nathan Porter is the Deputy Chief of the Emerging Markets Division of the IMF’s Strategy, Policy and Review Department. In this role he has led work on the reform of the IMF’s lending instruments, efforts to strengthen the Global Financial Safety Net, as well as the assessment of international reserve needs and EM vulnerabilities and risks more generally. Previously, he worked on the IMF’s programs with Iceland and Ireland, and the teams covering China, Hong Kong, and a number of other Asia-Pacific economies. Before joining the IMF he worked at the Australian Treasury, and he holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania.


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