The Federal Reserve Board employs over 300 Ph.D. economists, who represent an exceptionally diverse range of interests and specific areas of expertise. Board economists conduct cutting edge research, produce numerous working papers, and are among the leading contributors at professional meetings and in major journals. Our economists also produce a wide variety of economic analyses and forecasts for the Board of Governors and the Federal Open Market Committee.

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Supervision and Regulation

The Division of Supervision and Regulation exercises and oversees the Board’s supervisory and regulatory authority over a variety of financial institutions and activities with the goal of promoting a safe, sound, and stable financial system that supports the growth and stability of the U.S. economy. The Federal Reserve carries out its supervisory and regulatory responsibilities and supporting functions primarily by promoting the safety and soundness of individual financial institutions supervised by the Federal Reserve; taking a macroprudential approach to the supervision of the largest, most systemically important financial institutions; developing supervisory policy (including regulations, policy statements, and guidance); regulating the U.S. banking and financial structure by acting on a variety of proposals; and enforcing laws and regulations.

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Quantitative Risk Management

The Quantitative Risk Management Section provides economic analysis supporting the Federal Reserve's supervisory and regulatory activities. Section economists carry out policy analysis and independent research related to financial markets, risk measurement and management, and the regulation of financial institutions. They represent the Board on various domestic and international working groups dealing with these topics. In addition, they participate in bank examinations where they review quantitative models used for internal risk management purposes and setting risk-based capital requirements.

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Anna Amirdjanova Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation

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Ashish Dev Principal Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation

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John J. Feid Principal Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation
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Simon B. Firestone Senior Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation

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Li Gu Senior Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation

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Diana A. Iercosan Principal Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation
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Hulusi Inanoglu Principal Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation

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David C. McArthur Senior Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation
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Marco Migueis Principal Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation

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Michael V. Pykhtin Manager Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation

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Ben Ranish Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation

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Alysa V. Shcherbakova Senior Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation

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Ke Wang Senior Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation
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Jin Wu Senior Economist Quantitative Risk Management
Supervision and Regulation
Last update: July 17, 2017