Terrence J. Checki is executive vice president and head of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Emerging Markets and International Affairs Group. He also is a member of the Bank’s Management Committee.
Mr. Checki has functioned as the Bank’s chief international troubleshooter for a number of years, and is well known among industry insiders, in both the public and private sectors, for his contributions to the management and resolution of numerous economic and financial challenges domestically and internationally during that period, including the external debt problems faced by many developing nations and their creditors.
Mr. Checki’s varied career at the Bank has included a number of key posts in the Bank’s corporate, bank supervision, foreign and international affairs areas as well as in the Office of the President. Immediately prior to being named an executive vice president, he had been serving as advisor to the president of the Bank on matters related to financial developments in emerging markets.
Mr. Checki holds an M.S. from Columbia University. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Economic Club of New York, the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, the boards of directors of the Foreign Policy Association, the Council of the Americas, and the National Advisory Board of the Institute for Policy Studies at Johns Hopkins University.