I am currently a Senior Research Assistant in the Systemic Financial Institutions and Markets Section of the Division of Research and Statistics at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
My current job responsibilities involve producing and maintaining empirical data on the activities of nonbank financial institutions, with a particular emphasis on the life insurance companies. I also assist and collaborate with economists in publishing research on systemic risk as it relates to the intersection of banks and nonbanks and how the tranmission of shocks to certain financial markets or institutions or runs by institutional investors could potentially propagate financial distress from the financial sector to the real economy.
Research topics I am interested in include but are not limited to:
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