Raihan joined the BIS in 2011 and currently oversees the FSI's banking supervision dissemination programme and outreach activities in the Asia-Pacific region. From 2000-2011, he worked for the International Monetary Fund and an international consultancy as a banking supervision advisor to central banks in Asia and Eastern Europe. Before that, he worked at the US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), where he held a number of positions in banking supervision, including, the head of the capital markets supervision of the organisation's Western Region. He was educated at the University of California-Berkeley, Walter A Haas School of Business.
Fields of interest
- Financial stability and macro-prudential issues
- Financial institutions and micro-prudential issues
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FSI Papers No 5
Other authors: Fernando Restoy
- " The illusion of bank capital" VoxEU, May 2011.
- " Judgement day: changing the rules alone cannot make the financial system safe" Finance and Development, IMF, vol 47, no 3, September 2010, pp 44-47.
- " Too big to ignore" Finance and Development, IMF, vol 46, no 4, December 2009, pp 41-44.
- " Regulatory philosophy matters" Finance and Development, IMF, vol 46, no 2, June 2009, pp 50-51.