Ted Leveroni is executive director of strategy & buy side relations at the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation.
He was the executive director of derivatives strategy and external relations at Omgeo, a financial services company specializing in post-trade operations.
He is responsible for analyzing trends in market structure and regulation and how they impact the financial industry. 
Leveroni began his career as an equity trader for BankBoston. In 2001, he joined State Street, where he was the head of North American business development for State Street Investment Manager Services. In 2009, he was promoted to global product manager of collateral services. 
In November 2011, Leveroni left State Street to join Omgeo.
John Lothian News Interviews
In a follow-up to a May 2012 interview in which we discussed innovation in collateral efficiency, former John Lothian News Editor-at-Large Doug Ashburn asked Leveroni about collateral shortages, futurization, and post-trade efficiency and the “buy vs. build” dilemma. He also discussed the results from a recent survey conducted by Omgeo and Celent on maximizing collateral advantage. Published July 18, 2013.
Ted Leveroni of Omgeo Discusses Collateral Requirements Under Dodd-Frank
Leveroni holds a Master’s of Business Administration from Carroll School of Management, Boston College, and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Connecticut. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Fairfield University.
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