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Joseph Noss

Joseph Noss

Visiting Fellow, Qatar Centre for Global Banking & Finance

Research interests

  • Banking & Finance

Biography

Joseph Noss is a Visiting Fellow at the Qatar Centre for Global Banking and Finance at Kings Business school.

Joe spent over a decade as a financial economist at the Bank of England in roles that spanned capital markets policy, banking regulation and market operations. He has also worked at the G20 Financial Stability Board, where he led work on the implications of climate change and technology for the financial sector and regulators.

Joe's research at Kings focusses on the implications of climate change for the financial institutions and systems. He is particularly interested in the degree to which expectations of global warming are reflected in financial market prices, and the degree to which the transition to net-zero emissions is reflected in financial firms' behaviour and structures.

Away from Kings Joe is an Advisor at Oliver Wyman, where he advises central banks, finance ministries and other financial authorities on regulatory policy, organisational strategy and vulnerabilities analysis.

He also chairs the International Standards Organisation (ISO) Sustainable Finance committee - a global group of private-sector international regulators creating standards concerning financial products and institutions.

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Research

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Qatar Centre for Global Banking & Finance

The Qatar Centre for Global Banking & Finance is a research centre dedicated to the study of central banks and the challenges they face in the global environment. It aims to develop cutting-edge research in all areas of central bank policy making, ranging from monetary policy to financial stability and regulation.

Research

QCBPromo
Qatar Centre for Global Banking & Finance

The Qatar Centre for Global Banking & Finance is a research centre dedicated to the study of central banks and the challenges they face in the global environment. It aims to develop cutting-edge research in all areas of central bank policy making, ranging from monetary policy to financial stability and regulation.