Guy Debelle is the Assistant Governor (Financial Markets) at the Reserve Bank of Australia, a position he has held since March 2007. In that role, he has oversight of the Bank's operations in the domestic and global financial markets, including the management of Australia's foreign reserves. He briefs the Reserve Bank Board on developments in financial markets at the monthly Board meetings and participates as the Bank's representative in a number of global fora, including the BIS Committee on Global Financial Stability.
Guy joined the Reserve Bank in 1994 and prior to his current position, worked in the Economic Research and Economic Analysis Departments including as Head of that Department and as Head of International Department. He has also worked at the International Monetary Fund, Bank for International Settlements, Australian Treasury and as a visiting professor in economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He graduated from the University of Adelaide with an honours degree in economics, and gained his PhD in economics at MIT. He is an associate editor of the International Journal of Central Banking and has published on a range of topics in the fields of labour and monetary economics.
University of Adelaide (BEc Hons 1987)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (PhD 1994)
|1994–95||Reserve Bank of Australia, Research Department|
|1995–97||International Monetary Fund|
|1997–98||Reserve Bank of Australia, Research Department|
|1998–2001||Deputy Head of Economic Analysis Department|
|2001–03||Head of Economic Analysis Department|
|2003||Visiting Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
|2004||Bank for International Settlements|
|2004–07||Head of International Department|