Ingo Fender

Head of Asset Management & Advisory
Banking Department

Ingo Fender joined the BIS in 2000. Before taking up his current assignments in the BIS Banking Department, he held increasingly senior positions in the Monetary and Economic Department (MED), including as a member of the departmental management team, with overall responsibility for the coordination of the BIS bimonthly meetings of central bank Governors. Previously, he served as Head, Financial Systems & Regulation and as BIS representative on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) as well as a member of the BCBS's Policy Development Group. He has also held the positions of Head of Secretariat of the Committee on the Global Financial System (CGFS), Special Adviser on Financial Stability Policy and Secretary to the Markets Committee, and has served as Economist and Senior Economist in the BIS's Financial Markets group, in the Independent Evaluation Office of the International Monetary Fund and in the CGFS Secretariat. Prior to joining the BIS, he was a Research Associate with the Bonn-based Center for European Integration Studies (ZEI). He also held positions as Junior Fellow at the same research institute and as Research Assistant at the University of Mannheim, while pursuing doctoral studies at the Universities of Bonn and Mannheim, respectively.

Fields of interest

  • Banking and Finance
  • Financial Regulation
  • Reserve management

17 items
July 2022

by Ingo Fender, Mike McMorrow and Omar Zulaica

in INSPIRE Central Banking Toolbox

by B Hayo, Ingo Fender and M Neuenkirch

in Journal of Banking and Finance

by Ingo Fender and M Scheicher

in Applied Financial Economics

by Ingo Fender and J Kiff

in Journal of Credit Risk

by Ingo Fender and J von Hagen

in Open Economies Review

by Benjamin H Cohen, Dietrich Domanski, Hyun Song Shin and Ingo Fender

in Annual Review of Economics
January 2017

by Ingo Fender and Ulf Lewrick

in CEMLA Boletín

by Ingo Fender and Ulf Lewrick

in CBRC Working Paper
September 2016

by Ingo Fender and Patrick McGuire

in The future of large internationally active banks
February 2011

by Ingo Fender, Patrick McGuire and Stephen G Cecchetti

in Central bank statistics: what did the financial crisis change?