Greg Fell, Managing Director and Global Head of Financial Market Infrastructure Risk Management (FMI Risk) Citigroup
Greg Fell is responsible for FMI risk coverage globally across all Citi businesses.
Before FMI Risk, he was in the Securities and Funds Services Division of Citi, responsible for the establishment of securities custody and clearing operations in Citi branches, and agent bank relationships in countries where Citi does not have a presence.
Prior to joining Citibank in 1996, he spent two years in Washington, DC as a Senior Diplomacy Fellow at the United States Department of State (Agency for International Development) working with the overseas missions of USAID on capital market development and banking programs.
Earlier in his career, he spent several years in the international bank subsidiary of the American Express Company in a variety of management positions in Amsterdam, New York, Frankfurt, Honolulu, London, Tokyo, Saigon, and Manila.
Greg is a member of the DTCC Risk Advisory Council, Euro CCP Risk Committee, ICE Clear Europe CDS Risk Committee, various OTC Derivative Clearing Risk Working Groups, and represents Citibank, N.A. on the Working Group of the Fed Payments Risk Committee (PRC). The PRC is a private sector group of senior executives from US banks and US branches of foreign banks that identifies and analyzes issues of broad industry interest related to risks in payment, clearing, and settlement systems. The committee, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, seeks to foster broad industry awareness and discussion of payments, clearing, and settlement related topics.
BA graduate of Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire.
Marnie Rosenberg, Managing Director, Clearinghouse Risk, Strategy & Advisory, J.P. Morgan Chase
Marnie Rosenberg is the Global Head of Clearing House Risk & Strategy at JP Morgan within JP Morgan's Risk Management Function. The team's primary responsibilities are to evaluate the firm's membership risk related to centrally cleared trading activities, liaise with internal and external constituents to determine and guide JPM's thinking on central counterparty risk concerns and related regulatory matters. Marnie is an industry leader, and subject matter / risk/ capital expert on central-counterparty (CCP) best practices, structures and related risk concerns, representing JPM in various external industry/trade forums, demonstrating thought leadership in CCP risk methodologies/frameworks, and recovery and resolution. She has been the JPM spokesperson on leading conference panels and at international regulatory (FSB/CPMI-IOSOC/BCBS) meetings and workshops as well as testified on behalf of JPM at a recent (June, 2016) U.S. House of Representatives Agriculture Subcommittee hearing "To review the impact of G-20 clearing and trade execution requirements".
From 2004 through 2008, Marnie led JPM investment bank's internal compliance efforts with respect to Sarbanes-Oxley. Prior to joining JPM in 2004, Marnie worked for several years at, a start-up enterprise-wide risk management software company focused on financial services. From 1993 through 1999, Marnie worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Bank Supervision function as a Senior Financial Examiner.
Marnie holds a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Northwestern University.