Elizabeth McCaul is a member of the Supervisory Board of the ECB.
Her areas of interest include supervisory strategy, risk, capital, internal governance, and consistency and quality across European banking supervision. She focuses on prudential implications in dynamic areas such as financial stability, climate change, fintech and anti-money laundering.
Ms McCaul joined the New York State Banking Department as First Deputy in 1995 and served as New York Superintendent of Banks from 1997-2003. She was elected Chair of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, and served as a member of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, on the Joint Forum on Financial Conglomerates, and as an instructor for the Financial Stability Institute at the Bank for International Settlements.
Before joining the ECB, she worked for Promontory Financial Group, where she founded the New York office as Partner-in-Charge, before serving as CEO and Chair of Europe, and Global Head of Strategy.
For the first decade of her career she was an investment banker at Goldman Sachs.