Katie Rismanchi is a Deputy Director within the IIF’s Regulatory Affairs Department, working on a range of global regulatory topics with a particular focus on sustainable finance policy and industry practices. In this role, Katie engages with the IIF's global membership department from across the financial industry as well as standard setters and other policymakers.
Prior to joining the IIF, Katie worked for over six years as an economist and prudential policy expert at the Bank of England. She worked on a range of microprudential and macroprudential topics with a focus on capital and leverage standards. She spent one year as a seconded financial stability expert to the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB) in Frankfurt, where she led work on the financial stability risks from residential real estate, the impact of regulation on market liquidity and assessing national authorities' compliance with ESRB Recommendations.
Katie holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics, an MPhil degree in Economics, and an MA degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge.