Marina Moretti is assistant director and head of the Financial Supervision and Regulation Division in the Monetary and Capital Markets Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). She oversees policy, diagnostic, and capacity development work on financial regulation and supervision across banking, insurance, and securities sectors, working in close collaboration with international standard setting bodies, national authorities, and other stakeholders. She has extensive experience across several aspects of financial stability, including the international framework for financial regulation, systemic risk analysis, and crisis management frameworks. During her twenty+ year career at the IMF, she has focused on financial stability and crisis management issues and was head of Financial Crisis Preparedness and Management from 2012 to 2020. She was previously a member of the Financial Stability Board Secretariat (2008–10), where she was deeply involved in post Global Financial Crisis reforms. Prior to joining the IMF in 1999, she held various positions with the World Bank, including in the Special Financial Operations Unit (the Bank’s crisis management arm during the Asian crisis); and with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.