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Frank Reiss


Independant Advisor


Professional info


Senior clearing, custody and collateral management Advisor with a proven track record achieved with top Custodians, Investment banks, Central Banks, CCPs and Regulators. Experienced at designing and implementing successful Product strategies.

Work experience


  • Since 2013, Frank Reiss is advising Tier 1 banks, Central Banks and Regulators on post trade areas.


  • From 2005 till 2012, Frank Reiss has been in charge of the “fast-growing” product management’ departments of Euroclear SA/NV (Belgium): Equities, OTC Derivatives and Collateral Management for the last 2 years.


  • Between 2001 and 2005, Frank Reiss was a Vice President at JPMorgan with global responsibility for the global clearance strategy and product development.


  • Before re-joining JPMorgan, Frank Reiss was with BNP Paribas in Paris where he was head of product development for multi direct clearing and custody (MDCC). Here he made significant achievements in the development and promotion of clearing products to Europe's broker-dealer and global custodians community.


  • Frank Reiss first joined JPMorgan in Paris in 1986. He held a variety of positions there until 1995 including: head of Settlement, Custody, Securities Lending Operations and Mutual Fund Administration.


  • He holds a Master degree in Finance from Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP).


2010 - present

2010 - present

Track record


Product expertise

  • Capital Markets instruments

  • Risks

  • Credit

  • Collateral management

  • Custody


Financial Institutions knowledge and intimacy

  • Tier 1 investment Banks, custodians

  • Central Counterparties, Central Banks

  • CSDs and ICSDs


Business development

  • Product Strategies for clearing, custody and collateral management products

  • Management of international / multi market product teams

  • As product sponsor and responsible for the P&L of the products , lead and align actions of several departments within International Banks  (IT, Ops, Finance, Commercial…) to execute product strategies  successfully

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