Matthew Reed is Chief Counsel for the Office of Financial Research at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. In this capacity, he serves on the senior management team for the Office established to conduct financial stability monitoring and analysis. He also serves as Chairman of the Regulatory Oversight Committee of the global Legal Entity Identifier System, a committee of more than 70 authorities from around the globe overseeing a new system of entity identification. His recent work also includes having served as a senior lawyer at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, where he held a range of positions. While at the SEC, Mr. Reed was a lead counsel on the case involving the Enron Corporation’s attorneys and was an advisor to a presidentially appointed Commissioner. He received Chairman’s and Director’s awards for his work.
We were excited to have Matthew share his expertise on implementing, mobilizing, and capitalizing on global LEI systems at last year’s Trading Show Chicago.
You can now download his presentation to find out more about:
- Lessons from the financial crisis
- The three basic questions
- Why an LEI is needed
- Data principles
- Global infrastructure
- Who you own and who owns you
The Trading Show Chicago is the only event that combines quant, automated trading, exchange technology, big data and derivatives. This year’s event will take place May 18-19 at the Navy Pier in Chicago.