Mr. Morvin Williams is a financial examiner at the Financial Services Regulatory Commission (FSRC) of Antigua and Barbuda. Prior to joining the FSRC, Mr. Williams worked at the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank as a bank examiner and economist. Mr. Williams has written several policy briefs dealing with macroeconomic issues and has presented research papers at the Annual Monetary Studies Conference at the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance. In addition, he is a lecturer at the Antigua and Barbuda International Institute of Technology.
Mr. Williams holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Hull, as well as a bachelor’s degree in economics and management from the University of the West Indies. Mr. Williams is also an alumnus of the Florida International Bankers Association where he completed his AML/CA accreditation.
During his Humphrey year, Mr. Williams intends to enhance his knowledge of various existing and emerging financial instruments to ensure an effective supervisory framework can be built around these instruments. With regard to his professional affiliation, Mr. Williams intends to conduct an understudy of the various regulatory and supervisory practices to better regulate the institutions within his jurisdiction.