Greg Hopper is a senior fellow at the Bank Policy Institute. He focuses on bank capital issues, climate change risk, digital asset risk, and risks associated with ML/AI.
Previously, Mr. Hopper was a managing director at Goldman Sachs, where he was Head of the Office of New and Emerging Risks and Global Head of Enterprise Risk Management. In those roles, he oversaw the Sovereign and Economic Risk Group, Firmwide Risk Identification, Firmwide Limits and Risk Appetite, ESG Quantitative Analysis, Firmwide Stress Testing, and the Risk Economics Group. He led the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review process for the Risk Division and co-chaired the Firmwide Stress Test Committee. During his 18-year career at Goldman Sachs, Mr. Hopper also led quantitative risk modeling groups in credit, operational, and liquidity risk management, as well as counterparty credit risk and hedge fund risk management groups. Before joining Goldman Sachs, Mr. Hopper spent seven years at Morgan Stanley, focusing on market and credit risk management. Mr. Hopper was a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia before joining Morgan Stanley.
He has been on the Advisory Committee of the Office of Financial Research since 2017 and is a frequent speaker and writer on risk management issues. Mr. Hopper has a B.A. in Physics, and M.S. in Applied Mathematics, and a PhD in economics, all from the University of Virginia.