Jérôme HenryPrincipal Adviser at ECB
Jérôme Henry is Principal Adviser in the ECB Macroprudential policy and financial stability area. His responsibilities cover financial stability assessments, including via stress-testing, and related infrastructure requirements. He led ECB teams for the Quality Assurance of SSM stress tests and was involved in country crisis management. He also worked at the BIS as an FSI fellow.Mr Henry was beforehand a long-standing Eurosystem forecast coordinator. He started at the ECB leading the macromodelling team. He arrived in Frankfurt 25 years ago, to prepare Monetary Union, after being a macroeconomist with Banque de France. Prior to his central bank career, he conducted research at the OFCE and the INSEE.Mr Henry has numerous academic publications in e.g. the Review of Economics and Statistics or with Cambridge University Press, with contributions on stress-testing such as the ECB STAMP€ e-book. He is a founding member of the CEPR Euro-Area Business Cycle Network. An ENSAE graduate, Mr Henry holds a PhD in Economics and a BA in History from Paris Sorbonne.