Joseph Noss

On secondment at the Financial Stability Board in Basel, Switzerland


Joseph Noss is currently on secondment at the Financial Stability Board (FSB) in Basel, Switzerland. He previously spent over a decade at the Bank of England where he led work to monitor developments across a variety of financial markets and institutions, including the asset management and insurance industries. He also led a project to develop tools to simulate stress in credit markets, and understand its implications for financial stability. He has also been involved in a variety of international work policy, including that by the Committee on the Global Financial System and the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.

In his current role, Joe supports the FSB’s work on financial technology. In this capacity he is currently leading work under the 2019 G20 presidency to examine the implications of decentralised financial technology, including recent developments in crypto-assets.

Joseph's selected academic publications

Risks from Collateral Markets with Yuliya Baranova and Zijun Liu, Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures (2016) 
Estimating the Impact of changes in aggregate bank capital requirements with Priscilla Toffano, Journal of Banking and Finance (2016) 

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