Ignazio Angeloni

Ignazio Angeloni - European Central Bank

Ignazio was born in Milan (Italy) and graduated from Bocconi University and the University of Pennsylvania (PhD in Economics). In the 1980s and 1990s he held several positions in the Banca d'Italia, in the areas of international economics, econometric modelling and monetary policy. In 1995 he was appointed Director of the Monetary and Financial Sector of the Research Department.

In 1998 he moved to the ECB as Head of the General Economic Research Division and Deputy Director General of Research. In that position he headed several Eurosystem-wide research initiatives, including the Monetary Transmission Network and the Inflation Persistence Network.

In 2005 he was appointed Director for International Financial Affairs in Italy's Ministry of Economy and Finance. In that role he also acted as G20 Finance Deputy; Deputy Governor for Italy in the World Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Asian Development Bank and the African Development Bank; President and chairman of the Board of SACE SpA. (Italy's state-owned export-credit insurance company); member of the Board of Directors of the European Investment Bank; member of the Supervisory Board of MTS SpA (the screen-based bond market); member of the Working Party 3 of OECD; member of the Bellagio group.

In 2008 he moved back to the ECB as Advisor to the Executive Board, then Director General for Macro-Prudential Policy and Financial Stability. In this position he coordinated the ECB negotiation and preparation for the banking union.Since 2014 he is member of the Supervisory Board of the ECB.

A Fellow of Bruegel (the Brussels think-tank), in his career Ignazio held teaching positions at the University of Pennsylvania, Bocconi and LUISS (Rome).

He published books and articles published in top US and European academic refereed journals.

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