Expert resume of Charles Taylor
Visiting Scholar, GW Law School; former Deputy Comptroller and Basel Committee member for the U.S. Comptroller of the Currency; former partner at Anderson Consulting and Deloitte Haskins and Sells; former Executive Director, Group of Thirty.
Charles Taylor has been a visiting scholar at GW Law School in Washington DC since January 2017. He is a research fellow of the Gruter Institute. In 2016, he was Executive Fellow at the Office of Financial Research in the U.S. Treasury. For the previous four years, he was Deputy Comptroller of the Currency for Capital and Regulatory Policy, representing the Comptroller on the Basel Committee and chairing the Committee’s Supervision and Implementation Group. Earlier, he was Executive Director of the Group of Thirty where he contributed to the seminal report “Derivatives: Practices and Principles.” After starting his career as an economist at the World Bank, he had stints in consulting with Andersen Consulting and Deloittes and on Wall Street at Prudential Bache Securities and as the managing director for strategy at the DTCC. He founded the operational risk section of the Risk Management Association. He has written and spoken widely on regulation, supervision, risk management and other issues of financial sector policy and practice. He has degrees from Cambridge, Oxford and Wharton in mathematics, economics and business respectively.