Sirio Aramonte

Senior Economist
Monetary and Economic Department, Financial Markets

Sirio joined the BIS in 2018. His research interests include asset pricing and financial stability. He has extensive policy expertise in banking regulation, the role of non-banks in financial intermediation and the functioning of the asset management industry. Sirio previously worked at the Federal Reserve Board, as principal economist in the Division of Financial Stability and as economist in the Division of Supervision and Regulation. He holds a PhD in finance from London Business School.

Fields of interest

  • Financial markets
  • Financial stability and macro-prudential issues

8 items
April 2020

by P Szerszen and Sirio Aramonte

in Journal of Financial Markets
July 2019

by C Scotti, I Zer and Sirio Aramonte

in International Journal of Central Banking
February 2019

by Seung Jung Lee, Sirio Aramonte and V Stebunovs

in Journal of Banking & Finance
February 2019

by J Shugarman, M Jahan-Parvar and Sirio Aramonte

in The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance
February 2017

by J Schindler, S Rosen and Sirio Aramonte

in International Journal of Central Banking
February 2019

by Seung Jung Lee, Sirio Aramonte and V Stebunovs

in Journal of Banking & Finance
November 2014

by Sirio Aramonte

in Journal of Financial Markets
November 2013

by Jason Wu, M del Giudice Rodriguez and Sirio Aramonte

in Journal of Banking and Finance