María J Nieto
Banco de España
María J Nieto has been Senior Advisor at Banco de España since December 2000. Her current focus is on issues relating to financial integration in Europe. She has represented the Banco de España at working groups of the Basel Committee of Banking Supervisors as well as the European Commission. She has cooperated as visiting scholar with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta since 2004. She has been a contributor to the Center for European Policy Studies and the Center for Economic Policy Research. She is author of several articles on banking and regulatory issues that have been published, among others, by the Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, European Financial Management and Journal of Banking Regulation. Nieto has developed her career at the European Central Bank (1998-2000), Council of Economic Advisors to the Spanish President (1996-1998) and the International Monetary Fund (1991-1995), which has subsequently hired her as a consultant on financial sector issues. María Nieto earned an MBA (finance) degree from the University of California, Los Angeles and a PhD cum laude from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Ms. Nieto is also a CPA and was recipient of the Fundación Ramón Areces Scholarship to pursue graduate studies at UCLA.
Articles by María J Nieto:
Banking recovery and resolution directive
19 September 2013, 10801 reads
Will bank supervision in Ohio and Austria be similar? A transatlantic view of the Single Supervisory Mechanism
22 March 2013, 6773 reads
Banking union and bank resolution: How should the two meet?
26 August 2012, 6577 reads
The European Banking Authority: Are its governance arrangements consistent with its objectives?
7 February 2011, 11581 reads
Measuring convergence in the new European system of financial supervisors
11 August 2009, 8187 reads
Holmes, McGrattan, Prescott
Beck, De Haas, Ongena