Loh, deputy managing director at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), has
been appointed as chair of the Bank for International Settlements’ Markets
is a forum where senior central bank officials jointly monitor developments in
financial markets and assess their implications for market functioning and
central bank operations. It has also been a staging post for work on the FX
Global Code of Conduct as well as other markets-based initiatives.
appointment is for a term of three years starting in mid-January 2017. She
succeeds Guy Debelle, recently appointed deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of
Australia, who has chaired the committee since June 2013.
At MAS, s
Loh oversees the central banking functions of monetary policy and markets and investments,
and is also in charge of the development and international as well as the
Fintech and innovation groups.
joining MAS in 1987, Loh has worked in different functions, including reserves
and domestic markets management, monetary policy, macro-surveillance, markets
development, risk management and financial technology.