Eli M Remolona

Chief Representative for Asia and the Pacific
BIS Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific

Eli Remolona is Chief Representative for Asia and the Pacific of the BIS. He also serves as the Secretary of the Asian Consultative Council, which consists of the governors of the 12 leading central banks in the region. He is also Associate Editor of the International Journal of Central Banking. Until 2008, he was Head of Economics for Asia and the Pacific of the BIS. Eli joined the BIS in 1999 and for six years served as Head of Financial Markets in Basel and Editor of the BIS Quarterly Review. Before that, he was Research Officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he worked for 14 years. He has a Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University.

Fields of interest

  • Financial markets
  • International finance
  • Monetary policy

May 2018

Other authors: Dante B Canlas and Johnny Noe E Ravalo

BIS Working Papers   | No 724
Mar 2018

Other authors: Catherine Koch

BIS Quarterly Review   | March 2018
Jan 2016

Other authors: Marlene Amstad and Jimmy Shek

BIS Working Papers   | No 541
Nov 2015

Other authors: Peter Hördahl and Giorgio Valente

BIS Working Papers   | No 527
Sep 2015

Other authors: Ilhyock Shim

BIS Quarterly Review   | September 2015
Dec 2012

Other authors: Paul Mizen, Frank Packer and Serafeim Tsoukas

BIS Working Papers   | No 401
Jan 2012

Other authors: Eric Chan, Michael Chui and Frank Packer

BIS Papers   | No 63
Jul 2011

This report was prepared at the request of Mr Akinari Horii, former Assistant Governor of the Bank of Japan and Chair of the EMEAP Working Group on Financial Markets. It was prepared by Eric Chan, Michael Chui, Frank Packer and Eli M Remolona. It draws heavily from interviews with asset managers, investment strategists, interdealer brokers and central bank staff in several of the EMEAP economies.

Other authors: Eric Chan, Frank Packer and Michael Chui

Jul 2010

Other authors: Don Kim and Mico Loretan

BIS Papers   | No 52
Jun 2008

Other authors: Ilhyock Shim

BIS Quarterly Review   | June 2008