Financial Stability Team Leader, EIOPA
Petr Jakubik leads the Financial Stability Team at the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) responsible for financial stability analyses and assessments including insurance and pension stress tests, financial stability reports and risk dashboard. Previously, he was working as an economist at the European Central Bank, Technical Adviser at the Bank for International Settlements, financial stability consultant at the Oesterreichische Nationalbank and Central Bank of Malta, chief economist at the Czech National Bank, visiting researcher at the Bank of Finland and credit risk analyst in the private banking sector. He received the Financial Stability Institute Award 2008 and Irving Fisher Committee Award 2010 of the Bank for International Settlements. In 2012-2013, he was the President of the Czech Economic Society. He has extensively provided technical assistance, in particular, in the area of financial stability, designed macro stress tests for the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, National Bank of Serbia and Central Bank of Malta. He regularly gives trainings and presentations on financial stability issues in different international fora, having sound policy-relevant publication record. He is habilitated as an associate professor in economic theories by the Charles University, currently also lecturing at the Charles University and the University of Finance and Administration in Prague. He holds a PhD in finance and PhD in economics, MA in economics, MA in statistics and insurance and MSc in mathematics and computer sciences.