International Monetary Fund
Raihan Zamil has over 21 years of banking policy and supervision experience in advanced, emerging, and transitional economies. Raihan currently serves as the IMF’s Banking Policy and Supervision Advisor to Bank Indonesia (2006- present). Previously, he served in similar resident advisor positions to the Bank of Thailand (2002-2006) and the Bulgarian National Bank (2000-2002), respectively.
Prior to his international experience, Raihan worked at the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) for over 10 years, where he held a number of positions in banking supervision, including the head of the capital markets supervision of the FDIC’s Western Region. Raihan was educated at the University of California-Berkeley, Walter A. Haas School of Business.
Articles by Raihan Zamil:
The illusion of bank capital
7 May 2011, 11767 reads
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