Dulani Seneviratne is a financial sector expert in the IMF’s Monetary and Capital Markets Department. In her current role, she engages in climate policy and strategy work related to the financial sector in addition to bilateral surveillance work related to the Financial Sector Assessment Program for Turkey, focusing on systemic risks. She was also recently part of the United States FSAP, where her focus was on banking sector solvency stress testing and interconnectedness. She has co-authored thematic chapters of the Global Financial Stability Report and Asia-Pacific Regional Economic Outlook. Prior to joining the IMF, she was part of the risk management team of the Zurich Financial Services’ political risk and trade credit insurance unit.