Dr. Nadine Baudot-Trajtenberg

Deputy Governor


Dr. Nadine Baudot-Trajtenberg has served as Deputy Governor of the Bank of Israel since March 2014. She was appointed to the position by the Israeli Government in accordance with the Bank of Israel Law, 5770–2010, and with the recommendation of the Governor of the Bank of Israel. In her role, Dr. Baudot-Trajtenberg serves as a member of the Bank of Israel’s Monetary Committee and Supervisory Council. Additional functions of hers at the Bank include overseeing the Information and Statistics Department, participating as chairperson and member of internal and external committees, and representing the Bank of Israel in domestic and international venues. Furthermore, in the absence of the Governor, the Deputy Governor acts as Governor.
Dr. Baudot-Trajtenberg was born in Montreal, Canada. She earned a BSc in Economics from the Universite de Montreal and an MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford, and she holds a PhD in Economics from Harvard University.
Dr. Baudot-Trajtenberg has a wealth of professional experience in academia, in public policy, as well as in the private sector (banking and finance). She has taught in several academic institutions in Israel and abroad, and served until recently as Associate Dean of the School of Economics at IDC Herzliya.