Diana Chan

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Diana Chan
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Occupation Senior Advisor to the Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Employer EuroCCP
Location London
Website www.euroccp.co.uk

Diana Chan is the former chief executive officer of EuroCCP. She stepped down from the post in July of 2018 after leading the company for 10 years, handing over the title to Cecile Nagel.[1]

Chan will serve as senior advisor to the chairman of the supervisory board of EuroCCP.

Chan is noted for integrating EuroCCP Ltd with EMCF after the two merged in 2013 to create EuroCCP NV, a pan-European equities clearing house with trade feed access to more than 80 percent of equity trade flows in Europe.[2]


Before joining EuroCCP Ltd in 2007 and assuming the CEO role at EuroCCP NV in 2013, she served with Citi in London as managing director for market strategy, global transaction services EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and global head of market policy for securities and fund services, a position she assumed in 2005. She also has worked with Citi in Paris as managing director for direct custody and clearing, in New York as global product manager for Securities Services, Broker Dealers and Emerging Markets, and in Singapore as regional product management head, securities services, Asia.[3]

Before joining Citi, Chan worked between 1982 and 1997 for JP Morgan and Bank of New York in Singapore and New York, as well as with Euroclear (then part of JP Morgan) in Brussels. At Euroclear, she was product manager for the U.K. and Asia, manager in Strategic Research, and head of Management Information and Profitability Analysis. From 1977 to 1979, she worked as an account executive for Computer Processing Services Ltd., in Hong Kong.


Chan is a graduate of the University of Hong Kong, where she majored in social sciences. She earned a master's degree in business administration (MBA) from Harvard Business School.