Klaus Martin Löber|
Head of Oversight, European Central Bank
Klaus Martin Löber is Head of Oversight of the European Central Bank. In this function, he is in charge of the oversight of financial markets infrastructures as well as of payments instruments and schemes. His areas of responsibility encompass the ECB’s EU and global regulatory policy activities with a focus on the safety and efficiency of payments and market infrastructures, including risk management and cyber resilience. Furthermore, Mr Löber is contributing to the global fintech and digital innovations agenda, chairing the CPMI working group on digital currencies and co-chairing the CPMI-IOSCO working group on digital innovations. Prior to this, Mr Löber was Head of the Secretariat of the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI) hosted by the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, the global regulatory standard setting body in the area of payments, clearing and settlement. Earlier positions include the European Central Bank, the European Commission, Deutsche Bundesbank and private practice. Mr Löber regularly lectures and publishes on financial markets, legal, regulatory and infrastructure issues.