Richard Heuver

Richard Heuver is a statistician in the payments division of the Dutch central bank since 1996. He was involved in the development of the data warehouse of the Dutch Large Value Payment System, closely monitoring statistics during the introduction of the cash euro in 2002. Afterward, he was more actively participating in the research on Large Value Payment Systems. His research focuses on stress scenario analysis, network topology, the interbank money market and identifying behavioral aspects and signs of liquidity problems with banks. Heuver graduated in physical education in 1985 and because of market prognoses started working for the central bank as a statistician in the Economics and Research Department. Since then he moved between several departments, always heavily involved in business intelligence and analysis of financial banking data.

Publications

Analyzing the Economics of Financial Market Infrastructures
Martin Diehl, Biliana Alexandrova-Kabadjova, Richard Heuver, Serafín Martínez-Jaramillo. © 2016. 410 pages.
The prosperity and stability of any economic structure is reliant upon a foundation of secure systems that regulate the movement of money across the globe. These...
Using FMI Transaction Data in Simulations: Less Is More?
Richard Heuver, Ronald Heijmans. © 2016. 22 pages.
In this chapter the authors provide a method to aggregate large value payment system transaction data for executing simulations with the Bank of Finland payment...
Preparing Simulations in Large Value Payment Systems using Historical Data
Ronald Heijmans, Richard Heuver. © 2013. 23 pages.
Simulations in large value payment systems have become a common tool for stress scenario analyses, often using historical data. The reason for simulating is that...