Garbrand Wiersema


Quantitative Risk Manager, Rabobank



Garbrand Wiersema is a Research Associate at the Institute for New Economic Thinking and a Quantitative Risk Manager working in AIRB (Advanced Internal Ratings Based) Credit Risk Modelling at Rabobank. Garbrand’s research focuses on Systemic Risk and Climate Risk to inform Financial Stability and Energy Transition Policies, using various methods from complex systems and data science. Given his extensive knowledge of and practical experience with financial risk and regulation, he has a particular interest in translating research into effective risk-mitigating policies.

Garbrand holds a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Oxford and was part of the Complexity Economics group at INET. He also holds various degrees in Physics, Mathematics, Economics, and Business from the University of Groningen.