Natalya Martynova, PhD

Research Economist
Research Centre
Deutsche Bundesbank

I am currently a Research Economist at the Deutsche Bundesbank. I work in the field of financial economics with the special interest in banking. 

My research involves primarily theory, but also includes empirical analysis. I study banks' risk-taking incentives under various regulatory initiatives, such as an introduction of contingent convertible bonds under Basel III, Vickers proposal to ringfence traditional banking business.

I got my PhD from the University of Amsterdam in 2014 (supervisor: Enrico Perotti), and received the MPhil in Finance from Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam. 

I worked as a consultant of the Corporate Finance department in PriceWaterhouseCoopers Russia and as an  analyst of the Risk Management Department in the big Russian bank Uralsib.