Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), the French financial market supervisor, announced on Monday that it appointed Jessica Reyes as its new Director of the Asset Management Regulation Division. According to the press release, she is currently the Senior Policy Officer at the Regulatory Policy and International Affairs Directorate.

Reyes has a degree in Business Administration and Management from the Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Additionally, she holds a master's degree in finance from AFI Escuela de Finanzas in Madrid.

She began her career in London in 2004 as an analyst at State Street Bank & Trust, then worked at Schroders Investment Managers valuing funds. After joining UBS Wealth Management in 2008, she went on to join Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in Sydney as an Associate Director. Reyes returned to London in 2014 to join the Financial Conduct Authority as a Senior Inspector.

She joined the AMF in 2020 as a Senior Policy Advisor for the Asset Management Regulation Division under the Regulatory Policy and International Affairs Directorate.

AMF is represented by her on ESMA's Investment Management Standing Committee and participates in the work of reviewing the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) and the European Long Term Investment Funds Regulation (ELTIF). She was the Co-Chair of FSB and IOSCO activities regarding open-ended funds' liquidity management during the March 2020 crisis at an international level. She currently serves on the Federal Reserve Board's technical expert group for open-ended funds.

Recent Appointments

In November 2021, the AMF announced that it had named Kheira Benhami as Chief Economist and Director of the Studies, Financial Stability and Risks Division within the Regulation and International Affairs Department.

Benhami, who was the Deputy to the Director of the Studies, has been promoted by the AMF, also known as the French Financial Markets Authority, as its new Chief Economist and Director of the Studies, Financial Stability and Risks Division within the Regulation and International Affairs Department.

Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), the French financial market supervisor, announced on Monday that it appointed Jessica Reyes as its new Director of the Asset Management Regulation Division. According to the press release, she is currently the Senior Policy Officer at the Regulatory Policy and International Affairs Directorate.

Reyes has a degree in Business Administration and Management from the Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Additionally, she holds a master's degree in finance from AFI Escuela de Finanzas in Madrid.

She began her career in London in 2004 as an analyst at State Street Bank & Trust, then worked at Schroders Investment Managers valuing funds. After joining UBS Wealth Management in 2008, she went on to join Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in Sydney as an Associate Director. Reyes returned to London in 2014 to join the Financial Conduct Authority as a Senior Inspector.

She joined the AMF in 2020 as a Senior Policy Advisor for the Asset Management Regulation Division under the Regulatory Policy and International Affairs Directorate.

AMF is represented by her on ESMA's Investment Management Standing Committee and participates in the work of reviewing the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) and the European Long Term Investment Funds Regulation (ELTIF). She was the Co-Chair of FSB and IOSCO activities regarding open-ended funds' liquidity management during the March 2020 crisis at an international level. She currently serves on the Federal Reserve Board's technical expert group for open-ended funds.

Recent Appointments

In November 2021, the AMF announced that it had named Kheira Benhami as Chief Economist and Director of the Studies, Financial Stability and Risks Division within the Regulation and International Affairs Department.

Benhami, who was the Deputy to the Director of the Studies, has been promoted by the AMF, also known as the French Financial Markets Authority, as its new Chief Economist and Director of the Studies, Financial Stability and Risks Division within the Regulation and International Affairs Department.