Philip Wooldridge oversees the compilation of the BIS banking, derivatives and securities statistics and represents the BIS in international statistical groups. Previously, he was a member of the secretariat for the Financial Stability Board, where he managed the work programme of the Standing Committee on Standards Implementation. From 2006 to 2009, he was a Senior Economist at the BIS Representative Office in Hong Kong, analysing Asian financial markets. At the BIS, he also worked in the Financial Markets group, where he wrote regularly for the BIS Quarterly Review and in the secretariat for the G10 Deputies. From 1995 to 1999, Philip worked at the Bank of Canada. He received his MA in Economics from the University of Toronto and BA from the University of British Columbia. He is a CFA charter holder.
Fields of interest
- Financial and banking statistics
- Financial markets
- International finance
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BIS Working Papers No 252
Other authors: Yosuke Tsuyuguchi
BIS Quarterly Review March 2008
Other authors: Jacob Gyntelberg
BIS Quarterly Review September 2007
Other authors: Alicia García-Herrero
BIS Working Papers No 218
Other authors: Gabriele Galati
BIS Quarterly Review September 2006
BIS Working Papers No 207
Other authors: Patrick McGuire
BIS Working Papers No 120
BIS Papers No 12
- " Why don't Asians invest in Asia? The determinants of cross-border portfolio holdings" (with A García-Herrero and D Y Yang), Asian Economic Papers, vol 8, Fall, pp 228-46. Originally published as BIS Papers, no 42, 2009.
- " The euro as a reserve currency: a challenge to the pre-eminence of the US dollar?" (with G Galati), International Journal of Finance & Economics, vol 14, January, pp 1-23. Originally published as BIS Working Papers, no 218, 2009.
- " The evolution of trading activity in Asian foreign exchange markets" (with Y Tsuyuguchi), Emerging Markets Review, vol 9, December, pp 231-46. Originally published as BIS Working Papers, no 252, 2008.
- " Benchmark yield curves in the euro market", in J Batten, T Fetherston and P Szilagyi (eds), European fixed income markets: money, bond and interest rate derivatives, John Wiley & Sons: Chichester, pp 85-95, 2004.