Ignazio Angeloni

Ignazio Angeloni is a Senior Policy Fellow at the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE and the Harvard Kennedy School. From 2014 to 2019, he was a member of the supervisory board of the European Central Bank (ECB); in 2012-2013, as ECB´s Head of Financial Stability, he coordinated the preparations for establishing the single supervisory mechanism.

In his earlier career, he held positions at the Bank of Italy and Italy’s Ministry of Finance. Angeloni holds a degree from Bocconi University and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania; he has published books and articles in leading academic journals.

SAFE publications

Policy Publications

Three ways to fix European Banking Union
SAFE Finance Blog, September 2021

The ECB's new monetary policy strategy leaves more questions unanswered than it resolves
SAFE Finance Blog, July 2021

BaFin’s reform is a first step to redraw Europe’s financial landscape
SAFE Finance Blog, April 2021

Sailing out of the Covid crisis with the ECB’s compass
SAFE Finance Blog, March 2021

A European banking charter can make the banking union work
SAFE Finance Blog, December 2020

The ECB strategy review – walking a narrow path
SAFE Finance Blog, December 2020

Some unwanted consequences of a digital euro
SAFE Finance Blog, December 2020

Joe Biden’s multiple economic challenges
SAFE Finance Blog, November  2020

Wirecard scandal raises need for common EU market rules
SAFE Finance Blog, July 2020

The German court ruling may strengthen the ECB policies,
SAFE Finance Blog, May 2020

European bank regulators are not yet doing what it takes ,
SAFE Finance Blog, April 2020

Should votes in the ECB Governing Council be disclosed?,
SAFE Finance Blog, 2020

Time to address the shortcomings of the banking union,
Policy Letter, 2020

Last-mile hurdles in the reform of the ESM,
SAFE Finance Blog, 2019

SAFE Research

Monetary Policy and Risk Taking​​​​​​​, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2015

Input-Output-Based Measures of Systemic Importance, Quantitative Finance, 2015

Exit Strategies, European Economic Review, 2014