Aditya Narain is Deputy Director in the Monetary and Capital Markets (MCM) Department of the IMF, where he oversees MCM’s work on Financial Supervision and Regulation and its overall Technical Assistance function. He joined the IMF in 2003 after a career spanning two decades at the Reserve Bank of India, where he was last Chief General Manager of the Department of Banking Supervision. In his Fund career, he has led Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) missions including to the United States, Canada, and Malaysia, besides leading assessments of banking supervision in several other FSAPs including China; as well as Technical Assistance missions across the Fund membership on a range of financial sector topics. He has been closely involved with various international regulatory reform initiatives and currently represents IMF on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision besides attending the Plenary meetings of the Financial Stability Board. He also serves a Member of the Board of Directors of the Toronto Centre, and a Member of the Global Future Council on Responsive Financial Systems of the World Economic Forum. In recent years, he has led the IMF teams that developed the Bali Fintech Agenda; introduced the Financial Sector Stability Review (FSSR); and created the cyber-risk supervision program. He holds Master’s degrees in Physics from Delhi University and in Public Administration from Harvard University.