Joanne Kellermann

Joanne Kellermann has been an Executive Director of De Nederlandsche Bank since November 2007. In that capacity she is responsible, in particular, for the supervision of pension funds and insurance firms as well as for DNB’s centres of supervisory expertise. In addition, Ms Kellermann holds a seat on the Board of Supervisors of EIOPA. In both capacities, she has spoken in a multitude of settings on regulation and supervision of the financial sector. Ms Kellermann is one of the editors of the book “Supervision in the 21st Century” (2013, Springer Verlag). Since 2008 she has chaired the Financial Expertise Center, in which all Netherlands authorities involved in fighting financial crime participate. She is also a member of the FSB Standing Committee on Standards Implementation (SCSI). Ms Kellermann joined DNB in 2005 to serve as its General Counsel and director of the Legal Services Division, before being appointed to DNB’s Governing Board. From 1992 until 2005, she was a partner in the international law firm NautaDutilh. For four years at the end of that tenure, she headed the firm’s financial practice in London. Ms Kellermann gained additionalinternational experience by working for a while at a law firm on Wall Street in New York City.  A Netherlands civil law graduate from Leiden University, she started her career as a lawyer with Nauta van Haersholte in Amsterdam. Over the years she specialised in complex international financial transactions, with an emphasis on advising on supervisory laws and regulation. Among Ms Kellermann’s additional functions are her membershipof the Board of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.]]>

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