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Omgeo names DTCC’s Andrew Gray as chairman of the board

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Andrew Gray, managing director of core business management for DTCC, has been named as the new chairman of the board of Omgeo.



Tim Collier, chief financial officer of Thomson Reuters Financial and Risk Business, and Mark Bradbury, managing director, head of global equities business services at Deutsche Bank, have also joined as members of the board.

Omgeo’s board of managers is a vital part of the ongoing governance and industry oversight of the organisation. Its members are responsible for representing the interests of all Omgeo’s clients as decisions about strategy, governance and operations are made.
 
As managing director for DTCC, Gray (pictured) is responsible for overseeing its core businesses including US clearance and settlement of equities and fixed income products, asset services, wealth management services, insurance and retirement services and data services as well as the marketing and communications group.  He is also a member of DTCC’s management committee. 

Prior to joining DTCC in September 2009, Gray spent more than a decade with Merrill Lynch.  Most recently, he served as managing director and chief operating officer for Merrill Lynch’s Latin American and Canadian businesses.  Prior to that, Gray held a number of senior strategy, finance and technology roles at Merrill Lynch.
 
Collier has worked at Thomson Reuters for the last decade in various capacities. In his current role as chief financial officer, financial and risk business, Collier is responsible for driving financial and risk performance, optimizing resources and enhancing growth through organic and strategic investments. He is also responsible for customer administration and commercial policy for the business, chairs the operating review and is a member of the investment committee. Before joining Thomson Reuters, Collier was director of group treasury at United Business Media.
 
Bradbury is managing director, head of global equities business services for Deutsche Bank, based in London. Prior to accepting this role in August 2009, he was managing director, head of group technology and operations Japan since September 2007. Throughout the course of his career, Bradbury has gained a wealth of experience in the investment banking industry both within and outside Deutsche Bank, holding various line and senior strategy roles across the middle office and operations. He has previously worked for Lehman Brothers, Credit Suisse and Dresdner Kleinwort.
 
In addition to the newly added members, David Turner, chief financial officer, markets at Thomson Reuters, has resigned and is departing as a member of the board. Donald F. Donahue, former president and chief executive at DTCC, is stepping down as chairman of the board and will continue as a board member.
 
“Andrew Gray, Tim Collier and Mark Bradbury are welcome additions to Omgeo’s Board of Managers,” says Marianne Brown, president and chief executive of Omgeo. “Their talent and collective expertise in financial services and international operations management will help us to navigate the ever changing financial landscape and drive even greater value for our global community. In addition, we graciously thank Mr. Donahue and Mr. Turner for their time and expertise and we look forward to continued contributions from Mr. Donahue as a board member.”

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