Arturo Fraile
Arturo Fraile
Regulation Manager

Arturo Frailewas working as a Senior Economist for the Regulation and Public Policy Unit in BBVA Research since August 2017 to December 2018 and as an Economist since September 2013. Since January 2019 he moved to Regulation and Internal Control, in the Regulation unit.  His primary fields of interest are macroprudential regulation and supervision, systemic risk, shadow banking, sustainable finance, banking conduct and culture, corporate governance and investor protection.

Immediately prior to that, he was Financial Analysis Advisor for BBVA’s Financial Department during 2013. Between 2010 and 2013 he worked as a Senior Analyst for Global Strategic Planning for Global Markets at BBVA. Before joining the bank, he was a Research Assistant for the Monetary and Financial Studies Division at the Bank of Spain between 2008 and 2010.

He has an M.A. in Banking and Finance from Escuela de FinanzasAplicadas in AnalistasFinancierosInternacionales (Afi) and a B.A. in Economics from Universidad Complutense de Madrid.



Latest publications

Last week's United Nations Summit and Climate Week NYC, among other things, have evidenced the widespread consensus on the fact that the impact of global warming and the transition to a low-carbon economy may involve significant risks to financial stability.
Ten years after the outbreak of the global crisis that led, among other things, to an unprecedented change in the international supervisory architecture and a regulatory tsunami, do you think anyone anticipated in 2008 that central banks and financial supervisors would be called upon to play a key role with regard to the risks of climate change? I didn't.
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has released its 2018 list for the Global Systemically Important Banks (G-SIBs). The total number of G-SIBs decreases to 29 (from 30). The three key changes versus the prior list are: i) one bank in (BPCE); ii) two outs (Nordea and RBS) and iii) two banks shift to a lower bucket (Bank of America and China Construction Bank).