Thursday, October 21, 2004,
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"Globalization in Banking: Challenges Posed by Trillion Dollar Banks for Public Policy and Management"
Eric Rosengren is currently a Senior Vice President in charge of the Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Department at the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston. His responsibilities include overseeing the discount window, the statistics function, enterprise risk management and business continuity, as well as the supervisiom of bank holding companies and state member banks in the First Federal Reserve District. He has also participated in the Risk Management Group of the Basel Committee providing quantitative support for policy developments in operational risk. Previously, he was Vice President and Head of the Banking and Monetary Policy Section of the Research Department. He has done extensive research on the mpact of Japanese banking problems and has served as an Intermittent Advisor on Japanese banking issues for the Harvard Institute for International Development. He has written numerous articles on macroeconomics, international banking, bank supervision, and risk management. His articles jave appeared in journals such as the American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Finance and Journal of International Economics. He received a Ph.D. In economics from the Unibersity of Wisconsin-Madison in 1986.

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