Noah Yosif is assistant vice president of economic policy and research for the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA). In this capacity, Yosif leads ICBA’s community bank-focused economic and financial policy research.
At ICBA, Yosif uses research and statistics to quantify the economic footprint of the nation’s community banks and to examine legislative and regulatory issues pertaining to the banking industry. He also coordinates comprehensive surveys that summarize members’ performance and sentiments with respect to current industry issues. Yosif writes on banking issues and has been featured in various print and broadcast media.
Before joining ICBA, he served as an economist in the Office of Productivity and Technology at the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Yosif also served as an economic assistant at the U.S. Department of the Treasury and a research assistant at Fannie Mae.
Yosif received a Master of Arts in applied economics and a Bachelor of Arts in international affairs and economics from George Washington University.