Maciej Grodzicki is an Adviser at the Systemic Risk and Financial Institutions Division of the European Central Bank. He works extensively on topical banking issues in the euro area banking sector, and on calibration of capital buffers for systemically important banks. He has been actively contributing to the European debate on resolution of non-performing bank assets and its impact on bank solvency and economic conditions, including with several ECB publications. Previously, he was involved in stress testing, being responsible among other areas for scenario design and for macroprudential extensions of supervisory stress tests. He was also part of the ECB mission teams which were engaged in the design and monitoring of the implementation of the economic adjustment programmes. Prior to joining the ECB in 2010, Maciej spent four years at the National Bank of Poland.