Jesper Berg joined the Danish FSA as director-general in October 2015. From 2010 to 2015, he was a member of the executive board at Nykredit Bank, a part of the Nykredit Group, which is the largest lender in Denmark. Berg has previously held positions as head of financial stability, head of market operations and head of payment systems at the National Bank of Denmark.
Berg is a contributory editor to Central Banking, writing regularly for the Viewpoint column, which brings together timely analysis from experts across the globe. He specialises in financial markets and monetary policy.
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