Frank Packer

Frank Packer

Regional Adviser
BIS Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific

Before moving to the BIS Representative Office for Asia and the Pacific, Frank Packer was head of Financial Markets in the BIS's Monetary and Economic Department, and editor of the BIS Quarterly Review of international banking and financial market developments. Prior to assuming the current position, he was line manager in the Asian Office for six years, most recently as Head of Economics and Financial Markets. Earlier in his career, he worked for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Nikko Citigroup in Tokyo. He received his PhD from Columbia University, an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BA from Harvard.

Fields of interest

  • Central banking
  • Financial markets
  • Financial stability and macro-prudential issues

43 items
October 2021

by Frank Packer, M Hattori, S Kong and T Sekine

in International Journal of Central Banking
March 2020

by Frank Packer, Jimmy Shek and M Amstad

in Journal of International Money and Finance
August 2019

by Frank Packer and X Jiang

in Journal of Banking and Finance
January 2017

by Frank Packer and R Levich

in Financial Markets, Institutions and Instruments
June 2016

by Frank Packer and Mark M. Spiegel

in Economic Letters
2014

by Frank Packer, Jimmy Shek and T Riddiough

in International Real Estate Review
2014

by E Remolona, Frank Packer, P Mizen and S Tsoukas

in Global shocks, risks, and Asian financial reform
2014

by Frank Packer, Haibin Zhu and Jimmy Shek

in SEACEN Financial Stability Journal
2014

by Eli M Remolona, Frank Packer and Torsten Ehlers

in Financial Flows and Infrastructure Financing
2013

by Frank Packer, Jimmy Shek and T Riddiough

in Journal of Portfolio Management