Julapa Jagtiani

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Julapa Jagtiani
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Special Advisor, Supervision, Regulation and Credit Department

Julapa Jagtiani joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia as a special advisor in the Supervision, Regulation and Credit Department in 2008. In this role, she has conducted research and participated in or led several supervisory policy and implementation projects, including Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR) stress testing, recovery and resolution plans, and Basel II qualification reviews. She is also a fellow member of the Wharton Financial Institutions Center. Previously, Jagtiani was a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Banks of Kansas City and Chicago. Before joining the Federal Reserve System in 1998, she was an associate professor of finance at Baruch College and an assistant professor of finance at Syracuse University. Her research areas include banking policy-related issues, such as too big to fail, systemic risk and financial stability, Basel II capital regulations, mergers and acquisitions, equity and bond markets and mortgages and home equity issues. She received a doctorate in finance and a master's degree in business administration from New York University's Stern School of Business. She was a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship recipient.