10th OECD Forum on Green Finance and Investment


Michael Carlson

U.S. Department of the Treasury

Director of International Financial Market


Mike Carlson is a director of U.S. Treasury’s Office of International Financial Markets, where he co-leads the team responsible for international financial stability and regulatory policy. He works closely with counterparts at multilateral institutions, including the G7/G20, Financial Stability Board, and OECD, as well as Treasury’s bilateral engagements with the UK and EU. Carlson is currently the vice-chair of the OECD’s Committee on Financial Markets and leads an FSB workstream on data frameworks for cross-border payments. He previously was an international economist at Treasury and has focused on the UK and Nordic economies, non-bank financial intermediation, and the evaluations of the effects of post-crisis reforms. Carlson has also worked at the Federal Reserve Board, first in the International Banking and Finance Office during the European sovereign debt crisis, and then in the office that created the large financial institutions stress testing regime. He holds a Master in Public Affairs from Princeton University and a Bachelor of Arts from Austin College.

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