Cathérine Casanova

Economist, Bank for International Settlements

Cathérine Casanova (formerly Koch) is an Economist at the Bank for International Settlements. Her research interests cover international banking and regulation, financial market integration, and microdata econometrics. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Zurich (2012) and worked there as a postdoctoral researcher until August 2014. During her PhD, she visited Columbia University and conducted part of her research at Deutsche Bundesbank. She held a scholarship from the German National Merit Foundation during her studies. Between November 2016 and April 2017 she was assigned to the BIS Office in Hong Kong. Recently, she acted as the Secretary to the CGFS (Committee on the Global Financial System) report on the “Changing patterns of capital flows”.

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