Marqués-Ibáñez, David

Research

Division

Financial Research

Current position

Senior Economist

Fields of interest

Financial Economics,
Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

Email

david.marques@ecb.europa.eu

Other current responsibilities
  • 2016-
    Co-Coordinator Research Cluster 3 "Financial stability, macroprudential regulation, and microprudential supervision"
  • 2018
    Co-Coordinator Technical Paper Monetary policy and Financial Stability
Education
  • 2013-2013
    Visiting Scholar, Stern School of Business, New York University
  • 2013-2013
    Chazen Visiting Scholar, Columbia School of Business, Columbia University
  • 1998-2002
    Doctorate in Economics (Ph.D.). University of Wales
  • 1996-1998
    Master in Banking and Finance. University of Wales, Bangor
  • 1996-1997
    University of Florence. Postgraduate ECTS scholarship from the European Union, Italy
  • 1991-1995
    Licenciado in Economics. Universidad de Granada, Granada, Spain
Professional experience
  • 2017-
    Senior Economist - Research Directorate, Financial Research Division, European Central Bank
  • 2016-2016
    Visiting Economist - International Monetary Fund,Research Department, Macro Finance Group, Washington, United States
  • 2015-2016
    SeniorEconomist - Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, International Finance Division, Washington, United States
  • 2014-2016
    Economist - Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, Economist, International Finance Division, Washington, United States
  • 2014-2014
    Principal Economist - Research Directorate, Financial Research Division, European Central Bank
  • 2013-2013
    Visiting Researcher - Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Financial Intermediation Research Function, New York, United States
  • 2012-2013
    Workstream coordinator - High Level Task Force for the creation of Single Supervisory Mechanism, European Central Bank
  • 2019-2012
    Senior Economist - Research Directorate, Financial Research Division, European Central Bank
  • 2007-2007
    Visiting Economist - Monetary Policy Directorate, Financial Structure Unit, Rome, Bank of Italy
  • 2004-2007
    Senior Economist - Monetary Policy Directorate, Capital Markets and Financial Structure Division, European Central Bank
  • 2003-2005
    Economist - Monetary Policy Directorate, Capital Markets and Financial Structure Division, European Central Bank
Teaching experience
  • 2005-2006
    Empirical banking, microeconometrics
Awards
  • 2012
    ECB special award for continuous outstanding performance
  • 2000
    ICO Spanish Minister of Finance doctoral fellowship. 1998 to 2000
  • 1999
    University of Wales doctoral fellowship. 1998-2000
  • 1998
    University of Granada research scholarship
  • 1996
    European Union postgraduate ECTS scholarship

ECB Research bulletin

ECB Occasional Paper Series

ECB Working Paper Series

2017
2014
2012
2011
2010
2009
2007
2004

Journal publications

2017
Altunbas, Y., S. Manganelli and D. Marques-Ibanez
Realized bank risk during the great recession
Journal of Financial Intermediation,
2016
Kara, A., D. Marques-Ibanez and S. Ongena
Securitization and lending standards: evidence from the wholesale loan market
Journal of Financial Stability 26, 107-127,
Drechsler, I., T. Drechsel, D. Marques-Ibanez and P. Schnabl
Who borrows from the lender of last resort?
Journal of Finance 71(5), 1933-1974,
2014
Howcroft, B., A. Kara, and D. Marques-Ibanez
Determinants of syndicated lending in European banks and the impact of the financial crisis
Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money 32, 473-490,
Altunbas Y., L. Gambacorta and D. Marques-Ibanez
Does monetary policy affect bank risk-taking?
International Journal of Central Banking 10, 95-136,
Marques-Ibanez, D.
Comment on “Foreign banks: Trends and impact” by Claessens, S. and N. van Horen
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 46, 327-331,
2013
Fiordelisi, F, D. Marques-Ibanez
Is bank default risk systematic?
Journal of Banking and Finance 37(6), 2000-2010,
Hau H., S. Langfield and D. Marques-Ibanez
Bank ratings: What determines their quality?
Economic Policy 28 (74), 289-333,
2012
Carbó-Valverde, S., D. Marques-Ibanez, F. Rodríguez-Fernández
Securitization, credit growth and financial instability: the case of Spain
Journal of International Money and Finance 31, 80-101,
Altunbas Y., L. Gambacorta and D. Marques-Ibanez
Do bank characteristics influence the effect of monetary policy on bank risk?
Economic Letters 117, 220-222.,
2011
Fiordelisi, F, D. Marques-Ibanez and P. Molyneux
Efficiency and risk in European banking
Journal of Banking and Finance 35(5),1315-1326,
Gambacorta, L. and D. Marques-Ibanez
The new bank lending channel: Evidence from the crisis
Economic Policy 26(66),137-182,
2010
Altunbas, Y., A. Kara and D. Marques-Ibanez
Large debt financing: syndicated loans versus corporate bonds
European Journal of Finance 16 (5), 437-458,
Altunbas Y., L. Gambacorta and D. Marques-Ibanez
Bank risk and monetary policy
Journal of Financial Stability 6, 121–129,
2009
Altunbas Y., L. Gambacorta and D. Marques-Ibanez
Securitisation and the bank lending channel
European Economic Review 53, 8, 996-1009,
2008
De Bondt G. and D. Marqués-Ibáñez
High-yield bond diffusion in the United States, the United Kingdom and the euro area
Journal of Financial Services Research 27, 2, 163-181,
Altunbas, Y. and D. Marques-Ibanez
Mergers and acquisitions and bank performance in Europe: the role of strategic similarities
Journal of Business and Economics 60, 3, 179-290,
Altunbas, Y. and D. Marqués-Ibáñez
Bank capital, bank lending and monetary policy in the euro area
Kredit und Kapital 4,

Other publications

2010
Marques-Ibanez D. and M. Scheicher
Securitisation: Causes and consequences
Handbook of Banking, Oxford University Press,