Bat-el Berger

Statistical Analyst
Monetary and Economic Department, International Banking and Financial Statistics

Bat-el Berger is a Statistical Analyst in the Monetary and Economic Department. She joined the BIS in July 2012 after having worked at the International Monetary Fund and the Dutch Ministry of Finance. She is responsible for compiling the BIS global liquidity indicators and works on research related to international capital flows and financial stability. Previously she worked (in both the Basel and the Hong Kong office) on projects related to emerging market economies and supported the quantitative impact studies of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. She holds an MSc in Economics from the VU University in Amsterdam.

Fields of interest

  • International capital flows
  • Financial stability and macroprudential issues
  • Financial and banking statistics

Date BIS research papers
Oct 2013

Central bank views on foreign exchange intervention

BIS Papers No 73

Other authors: Madhusudan Mohanty