BPI Hires Greg Hopper as Senior Fellow

Washington, D.C. – The Bank Policy Institute today announced the hiring of Greg Hopper as a senior fellow. Greg previously served as a managing director at Goldman Sachs, where he led the Office of New and Emerging Risks and served as Global Head of Enterprise Risk Management. In those roles, Greg oversaw Firmwide Stress Testing, ESG Quantitative Analysis, the Sovereign and Economic Risk Group, Firmwide Risk Identification, Firmwide Limits and Risk Appetite and the Risk Economics Group.

In his new role at BPI, Greg will work on a range of bank capital, climate and digital assets topics.

“Greg brings to BPI extraordinary knowledge of all technical aspects of prudential regulations and extensive experience in both the public and private sectors,” BPI CEO Greg Baer said. “He has a well-earned reputation as a thoughtful and rigorous economist, and we are fortunate that he has agreed to join BPI and are excited to welcome him to the team.”

Before joining Goldman Sachs, where he spent 18 years of his career, Greg spent seven years at Morgan Stanley, where he focused on market and credit risk management. He also previously served as a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Greg serves on the Advisory Committee of the Office of Financial Research and is a frequent speaker and writer on risk management issues. He holds a B.A. in Physics, M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Ph.D. in Economics, all from the University of Virginia.


About Bank Policy Institute.

The Bank Policy Institute (BPI) is a nonpartisan public policy, research and advocacy group, representing the nation’s leading banks and their customers. Our members include universal banks, regional banks and the major foreign banks doing business in the United States. Collectively, they employ almost 2 million Americans, make nearly half of the nation’s small business loans, and are an engine for financial innovation and economic growth.

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