Teunis Brosens

Principal economist, ING Bank

Teunis is principal economist at ING Bank's Economics Department in Amsterdam. He researches the interplay between the financial sector and the real economy, in particular the relationships between balance sheets, credit, money and economic growth. Additional fields of interest are the effects of regulation and distributed ledger technology on the financial sector. Teunis is also a member of ING Bank's Regulatory Affairs Department. Before joining ING, Teunis worked with the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM), advising the Board on issues with regulatory, supervisory and economic dimensions. Teunis started his career in 2001 at the Dutch Central Bank (DNB) in the Economic Policy & Research Division. Teunis holds MA degrees in both Economics and Philosophy of Science from Tilburg University, the Netherlands.

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