Senior Financial Economist
International Risk Supervision
David Krisch is a senior financial economist in the International Risk Supervision Division at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). At the OCC, he has focused on financial markets, monetary policy, interest rate risk, bank funding, and U.S. macroeconomic developments. David also studies and reports on the interaction of economics, financial market conditions, and innovation on the U.S. banking system.
Prior to joining the OCC in 2012, Mr. Krisch worked as a consultant on developing algorithms for equity markets and a researcher in U.S. macroeconomics, monetary policy, and credit markets at Gettysburg College.
Mr. Krisch earned his M.A. (2013) in economics from American University and his B.A in economics from Gettysburg College.