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Webinar on Tri-Party Repo Market Reform
January 10, 2013
3:00–4:00 p.m. (ET)
Susan McLaughlin is Senior Vice President and a Senior Policy Adviser in the markets group of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY). She is currently leading the Federal Reserve’s efforts on tri-party repo market reform. McLaughlin also serves as the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s lead representative on the Financial Stability Board’s workstream on repo and securities lending markets, which is part of the FSB’s shadow banking initiatives.
McLaughlin joined the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 1993 as a financial analyst in the research group with a focus on U.S. banking issues. Since 1995, she has had a variety of analyst and managerial roles in the markets group, spanning the foreign exchange, portfolio management, and open market desks, as well as central bank services. She was assigned as Deputy Chief of Staff for the First Vice President and President during 2006, and subsequently returned to the markets group, serving as the Bank’s Senior Officer for FRBNY discount window and emergency lending operations during the financial crisis.
McLaughlin holds a bachelor’s degree in East Asian Studies from Oberlin College, and MBA and MPP degrees from the University of Michigan. She also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
Brian Begalle has worked for the Federal Reserve System for 14 years. He began at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, where he worked in a variety of positions related to payments system risk, discount window lending, and collateral management. In 2004, he transferred to the Board of Governors to work in the payments system risk function. In 2005, he transferred to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, working in its credit risk management function. In 2006, Begalle worked in the wholesale investment banks division of the UK Financial Services Authority. He returned to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 2007 and, until 2010, managed an examination team that focused on a number of business lines including repo, securities lending, asset management, custody, and corporate trust. He currently works in the payments policy function focusing on implementation of Title VIII of Dodd-Frank and tri-party repo reform.