Member of Secretariat
Financial Stability Board
Yasushi Shiina is a member of Secretariat at the Financial Stability Board (FSB) since August 2010. He has been supporting the work on supervisory and regulatory
cooperation, non-bank financial intermediation, and cyber/operational resilience at the FSB. Prior to joining the FSB Secretariat, he was director for international banking regulations at the Financial Services Agency of Japan (JFSA) and was the JFSA’s representative on key Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) working groups. He has also chaired BCBS work on ratings and securitisation as well as Pillar 3 (public disclosure). At the JFSA, he has also been involved in supervision of financial institutions and served as a JFSA representative on the Senior Supervisors Group. Before joining the JFSA in 2002, he worked at the Bank of Japan and at the Boston Consulting Group. Mr. Shiina received degrees from the London School of Economics and from Keio University in Tokyo. He also received Master of Law from Keio University, M.B.A from INSEAD and MSc. in finance from London Business School.