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Arthur Ribeiro da Silva

Financial Economist
International Analysis and Bank Condition

(202) 649-6166
arthur.ribeirodasilva@occ.treas.gov

Arthur Ribeiro da Silva is a financial economist in the International Analysis and Bank Condition Division at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

Mr. Ribeiro da Silva has worked in country risk analysis for 15 years. At the OCC, his work involves analyzing the application of international stress testing practices at large, globally active banks; debt sustainability analyses; and country risk analysis of Latin American countries.

Prior to joining the OCC in 2012, Mr. Ribeiro da Silva was a research assistant at the International Monetary Fund. Mr. Ribeiro da Silva earned a master’s degree in applied economics from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.

  1. Ribeiro da Silva, Arthur, Maher Hasan, A. Prasad, Oral Williams. (2009). “Saudi Arabia Selected Issues Paper: The Capacity of the Saudi Financial System to Withstand the Impact of the Global Crisis.” International Monetary Fund, SM/09/162.
  2. Ribeiro da Silva, Arthur, Vincenzo Guzzo. (2011). “United Arab Emirates Selected Issues Paper: Chapter I – Risks Posed by Government-Related Entities in the United Arab Emirates.” International Monetary Fund, SM/11/63.
  3. ibeiro da Silva, Arthur. (2011). "Gulf Cooperation Council Countries: Enhancing Economic Outcomes in an Uncertain Global Economy, Chapter 5 – CDS Spreads and Financial Spillovers." International Monetary Fund, 2011.
  4. Ribeiro da Silva, Arthur, Zsofia Arvai, Ghada Fayad, A. Prasad, Renas Sidahmed. (2012). “United Arab Emirates–International Spillovers and Vulnerabilities to a Worsening Global Financial Outlook.” International Monetary Fund 12/136.