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Financial Economists


Quantitative Supervision and Research financial economists are actively engaged in research and Federal Reserve System supervisory projects. They conduct research in all areas of financial economics, including asset pricing, banking, corporate finance, and financial econometrics. Current areas of interest in bank supervision include financial institution quantitative analysis, stress testing and supervisory model development, systemic risk and regulatory impact analyses. The financial economists are located in Charlotte, Baltimore and Richmond.

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Azamat Abdymomunov
(Empirical financial economics and macroeconomics, stress testing, banking risk)

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Eliana Balla
(Banking, stress testing)

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Mehdi Beyhaghi
(Financial economics, financial institutions, and international and US corporate debt markets)

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Ray Brastow
(Banking, retail credit modeling, real estate)

Fillipo Curti

Filippo Curti
(Financial economics, banking, insurance)

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Ibrahim Ergen
(Quantitative risk modeling, systemic risk, financial contagion and the financial applications of extreme value theory)

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Jeffrey R. Gerlach
(Empirical finance)

Hayden Kane

Hayden Kane
(Asset pricing, derivatives)

Jung-Eun Kim

Jung-Eun Kim
(Banking, real estate, household finance)

Ping McLemore

Ping McLemore
(Financial economics, banking, behavioral finance)

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Atanas Mihov
(Financial economics, banking, risk management)

Efdal Ulas Misirli

Efdal Ulas Misirli
(Empirical asset pricing and anomalies)

Yuji Sakurai

Yuji Sakurai
(Derivatives pricing, international finance, macro-based asset pricing)

Daniela Scida

Daniela Scidá
(Econometric methodology for time series, financial econometrics, financial networks)

Mihail Velikov

Mihail Velikov
(Empirical asset pricing, macroeconomics)

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