Jennifer Johnson-Calari is an expert in reserves management, having created and led the World Bank’s Reserves Advisory and Management Program (Ramp). Working with the International Monetary Fund, she helped set global best practice for sovereign asset and liability management. She most recently co-authored with Dr Adam Kobor a series of White Papers on reserve management for Invesco. She also chairs annually Central Banking’s Nalm conference.
She began her career as a banking supervisor with the Federal Reserve Board. She holds degrees from Harvard Business School and Johns Hopkins University, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Crisis-fighting has pushed central banks into new forms of risk-taking, which is impacting reserve managers