International Monetary Fund
Raihan Zamil has over 24 years of banking policy and supervision experience in advanced, emerging, and transitional economies. He joined the Financial Stability Institute (FSI) of the BIS in 2011 as a Senior Financial Sector Specialist. In this capacity, he is responsible for disseminating global regulatory standards and sound supervisory practices - developed by the Basel Committee and the Financial Stability Board - to central banks and supervisory authorities worldwide. He also represents the FSI on the Basel Committee’s Basel Consultative Group, Accounting Experts Group and the Weak Banks Task Force.
From 2000 - 2011, Raihan worked at the IMF and KPMG Consulting as resident banking policy and supervision advisor to the central banks of Indonesia, Thailand and Bulgaria. In these positions, he advised on a range of legislative, regulatory, supervisory, and capacity-building reform initiatives. Prior to his international experience, he worked at the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) for over 10 years, where he held a number of positions in banking supervision, including the regional head of the capital markets supervision function. Raihan has published a number of articles on various aspects of financial regulation and supervision and was educated at the University of California-Berkeley, Haas School of Business.