Nigel Jenkinson is Division Chief of Financial Regulation and Supervision in the Monetary and Capital Markets Department, heading the IMF’s work on policy and capacity development work on financial supervision. He has extensive experience across all aspects of financial stability and monetary policy, including on cybersecurity, systemic risk analysis, bank liquidity, crisis management frameworks the international framework for financial regulation, and data gaps and data quality. During his thirty year career at the Bank of England, he focused on financial stability and monetary issues and was Executive Director for Financial Stability from 2003-2008. He was subsequently an advisor at the Financial Stability Board where he was deeply involved in post Global Financial Crisis reforms. He has represented the Bank of England and the IMF at the Basel Committee and other international fora. He has an M.Sc. in Mathematical Economics and Econometrics from the London School of Economics.

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