Brown Brother Harriman’s Stephen Bruel looks beyond the collateral craze to offer insight into how collateral management infrastructure needs to change so the buy side can thrive in the new OTC derivatives space
Stephen Bruel is a Vice President and head of Derivatives Product Management globally at Brown Brothers Harriman. Stephen is responsible for defining BBH’s derivatives strategy, which includes product development and prioritization of capital and technology investments.
Stephen has nearly 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. He joined BBH in 2011, prior to which he was a research director in TowerGroup’s Securities and Investment practice. He analyzed business strategy and technology trends in the securities industry, with a particular emphasis on derivatives. He has also worked at State Street and Citi in a variety of operations, project, and technology management roles.
Stephen represents BBH on a number of industry working groups including the Asset Manager Forum’s Collateral Management Committee and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) Portfolio Reconciliation / Dispute Resolution Working Group.
Stephen has a bachelor’s degree from Trinity College.
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