Salzburg Global Seminar Session Participant Profiles
Tue 08 Mar - Thu 10 Mar, 2011

Douglas Elliott Doug Elliott (Faculty)

Country/Region: United States of America

Oliver Wyman

Fellow in Economic Studies, The Brookings Institution; former Managing Director, JP Morgan, Washington DC

Douglas Elliott, a fellow at The Brookings Institution, is a member of the Initiative on Business and Public Policy. A financial institutions investment banker for two decades, principally at J.P. Morgan, he was the founder and principal researcher for the Center on Federal Financial Institutions. At Brookings, he focuses primarily on financial institutions and markets and their regulation. He has written extensively on bank regulation and on international coordination of financial regulation (see ). Mr. Elliott has researched financial institutions or worked directly with them as clients in a range of capacities, including as an equities analyst, a credit analyst, a mergers & acquisitions specialist, a relationship officer, and a specialist in securitizations. His work encompassed banks, insurers, funds management firms, and other financial institutions. In addition to 14 years at J.P. Morgan, Mr. Elliott worked as an investment banker with Sanford Bernstein, Sandler O'Neill, and ABN AMRO. Mr. Elliott received an A.B. in sociology from Harvard College and an M.A. in computer science from Duke University.

Media files from Doug Elliott

Systemic Risk, “Too big to fail“and Resolution Regimes: Part Two

Systemic Risk, “Too big to fail“and Resolution Regimes: Part Two