Assistant Director, Monetary and Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Forum
Nigel joined the IMF in September 2014 as an Assistant Director and Adviser in the Monetary and Capital Markets Department. He was appointed Division Chief of Financial Regulation and Supervision Division in December 2016. Prior to joining the Fund, Nigel worked at the Bank of England for 30 years, and was Executive Director for Financial Stability from 2003-2008, before joining the Financial Stability Board in Basel in 2009 as an Adviser where he worked for five years. He has chaired several various international Working Groups, most recently the FSB Analytical Group on Vulnerabilities and previously the Basel Committee Working Group on Liquidity, and has written on a number of aspects of financial stability including, the international framework for financial regulation, financial innovation, macroprudential policy, crisis management frameworks, and data gaps and data quality. At the Fund, he has worked on a range of issues including financial regulatory and supervisory policy, shadow banking, and macroprudential policy, and financial technology. He was a member of the FSAP team for the United States and more recently was Mission Chief for the 2016 Turkey FSAP and the 2018 Australia FSAP. He holds degrees from the London School of Economics and the University of Birmingham.