Dino Kos is Managing Director of Hamiltonian Associates, Ltd., a New York-based economics and investment advisory boutique. He spent most of his career, from 1985 to 2007, at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in a variety of capacities, ultimately rising to be Executive Vice President of the Markets Group, with responsibility for all trading operations and market analysis. In that capacity he oversaw open market operations, treasuries, foreign exchange, the discount window, and the correspondent banking business the Fed provides to other central banks. He was also Manager of the System Open Market Account, reporting to the Federal Open Market Committee. Among his earlier positions at the Fed, he had been head of foreign exchange and reserve management, and had served in a variety of roles in bank supervision and credit analysis. Between 1989 and 1991, he was seconded to the Bank of International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland where he worked in the Secretariat of the Basel Committee in Banking Supervision. Immediately prior to joining Hamiltonian, Dino was a Managing Director at the research firm Portales Partners. Prior to that, he was a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong.