Financial Stability Board

Ryozo Himino

Chair of SCSI

Deputy Governor, Bank of Japan

Ryozo Himino has served as deputy governor of the Bank of Japan and as chair of SCSI since March 2023. Before joining the Bank, he chaired the Expert Advisory Group on Supervisory Review and Evaluation Process (SREP) at the European Central Bank (2022-2023), taught at the Graduate School of Public Policy of the University of Tokyo (2021-2023), headed the Japanese Financial Services Agency (2020-2021), and chaired SRC (2019-2021). At the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, he helped the Committee finalize Basel II in 2004 as its secretary general and led the launch of the Regulatory Consistency Assessment Programme (RCAP) in 2012 when he chaired the Standard Implementation Group.

Ryozo graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1983 (LL. B) and Harvard Business School in 1987 (MBA). His publication includes The Japanese Banking Crisis (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).


29 March 2023 FSB appoints new chairs of key committees

The FSB has appointed new chairs for its Standing Committee on Assessment of Vulnerabilities and Standing Committee on Standards Implementation.
Content Type(s): Press, Press Releases Source(s): FSB

26 May 2020 Dialogue with the private sector on responses to COVID-19

Remarks by Himino Ryozo, Chair of the Standing Committee on Supervisory and Regulatory Cooperation, on a call with financial policymakers and private sector participants to discuss responses to COVID-19.
Content Type(s): Press, Speeches Source(s): FSB Policy Area(s): COVID-19, Vulnerabilities Assessments