David Krisch is a financial economist in the International Analysis and Banking Division of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). He monitors financial markets, analyzes monetary policy developments and macroeconomic conditions, and assesses their potential impact on the U.S. banking system and global financial stability.
Prior to joining the OCC in 2012, Mr. Krisch worked as an independent consultant designing equity and derivative trading algorithms and event risk strategies for a venture capital firm. Prior to that, he was an economic researcher at Gettysburg College, where he created time-series models and co-authored scholarly research on monetary policy rules and financial markets.
David holds a master of arts degree in financial economics from American University and a bachelor of arts from Gettysburg College.