Thomas Huertas is a Senior Fellow at the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE, a Senior Fellow at the Center for Financial Studies and an Adjunct Professor at the Institute for Law and Finance. In addition, he serves as a non-executive director at Barclays Bank Ireland.
In his earlier career, he was a partner at Ernst & Young and chaired the firm’s Global Regulatory Network (2012-2018). Further, he held positions as Alternate Chair of the European Banking Authority (2011), Executive Director at the UK Financial Services Authority (2004-2011), and as a banker at Citigroup. Huertas holds a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago and has published extensively on financial regulation.
Are sanctions sustainable?, SAFE Finance Blog, May 2022
The digital euro – a different route to banking union?, SAFE Finance Blog, December 2021
More European, more uniform, SAFE Finance Blog, May 2021
Reset required: The euro area crisis management and deposit insurance framework, White Paper No. 85, April 2021
Plug the gap: Make resolution ready for corona, White Paper No. 73, November 2020
Making greater use of banks in times of crises, SAFE Finance Blog, May 2020
Use banks the right way, SAFE Finance Blog, April 2020
Completing Banking Union, White Paper No.63, September 2019