Searcher
Victoria Santillana
Victoria Santillana
Principal Economist
Spain

Victoria Santillana is a PhD candidate in New Global Economy at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, currently completing her doctoral thesis.  She obtained a Master’s in Banking and Finance at the Escuela de Finanzas Aplicadas (AFI), and her degree in Economics at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.

She joined BBVA Research in 2010 in the Regulation & Public Policies team, and she was senior economist in the Recovery & Regulation Unit. Since January 2019 she moved to Regulation and Internal Control, in the Regulation unit.

Prior to this position she was a senior analyst and consultant in the banking department of Afi, a consultancy and think tank, and a financial analyst in the Investor Relations department at Indra.

She has given lectures at the Escuela de Finanzas Aplicadas and is co-author of several papers and publications on Basel II



Latest publications

In 2018, the financial regulatory reform approved after the crisis by the G20 and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) was considered virtually complete and the focus was supposed to be on implementing the reforms already initiated.
Next week’s Euro Summit is a great opportunity for Member States to move ahead with the strengthening of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), many parts of which still remain to be developed. Prominent among these are completing the Banking Union and defining the future role of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).
Highlights: BCBS and IOSCO issue criteria to identify STC securitisations, and standards for their capital treatment. EIOPA launches EU-wide stress test. CNMV consults on disclosure models for financial reports. BdE consults on draft circular regarding the comparability of fees. Finally, U.S. agencies issue proposed rulemaking regarding Current Expected Credit Losses.