Governor Signe Krogstrup was born on 25 January 1972, is married and has two children (born 2005 and 2008, respectively). Signe obtained an MSc in Economics from the University of Copenhagen in 1999 and a PhD in International Economics from The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland, in 2003.
- Assistant Governor and Head of Department of Economics and Monetary Policy, Danmarks Nationalbank, 2019-2020
- Senior Advisor, Research Department, IMF, Washington DC, USA 2016-2019
- Visiting Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington DC, USA 2015-2016
- Assistant Director and Deputy Head of Monetary Policy Analysis, Swiss National Bank, Zurich, Switzerland 2011-2015
- Senior Economist, Monetary Policy Analysis, Swiss National Bank, Zurich, Switzerland 2009-2011
- Advisor to the Governor, Swiss National Bank, Bern, Switzerland 2007-2009
- Associate Professor and Postdoc, the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland 2004-2007
- Associate Economic Affairs Officer, Economic Analysis Division, UN-ESCWA – Beirut, Lebanon 2002-2004
- Associate Economic Affairs Officer, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva, Switzerland 2001.
Board of memberships
- The Economic Council 2021-
- The EU Economic and Financial Committee 2020-
- The Nordic-Baltic Monetary and Finance Committee 2020-
- The Board of Nationaløkonomisk Forening (The Danish Economic Society) 2020-
- The OECD's Economic Policy Committee 2019-2020
- The ECB's Montary Policy Committee 2019-2020
- The Steering Committee for the Chatham House Waddesdon Club on Climate Change 2016-
- Global Agenda Council on Global Economic Imbalances and the International Monetary System, World Economic Forum 2012-2016
- The SIFI Commission, 2012.
- External lecturer, International Finance, University of Zurich and ETH, Switzerland 2013-2014
- External lecturer, International Finance, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland 2009-2013
- Lecturer, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland 2004-2007
- External lecturer, International Economics, University of Copenhagen, 2003.