She joined DTCC in 2007 as a managing director of DTCC Deriv/SERV LLC (Deriv/SERV). She was primarily responsible for developing and managing the Trade Information Warehouse service and for regulatory relationships concerning the Global Trade Repository initiative.
Before joining DTCC, Collazo worked at Bank of America from 2005 to 2007 as vice president, global structured finance. There, she was responsible for the development of an operational support system for mortgage-backed trading groups. From 2003 to 2005, she was vice president - rates project manager for Deutsche Bank AG where she managed various projects, including implementing Swapswire. Prior to that position, Collazo was an associate at the law firm of Pearlman, Apat and Futterman LLP focusing on commercial and residential agreements and landlord/tenant issues.
Collazo earned a B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 1997, and a J.D. degree, cum laude, from New York Law School in 2002.
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Canada prepares for derivatives transparency overhaul
Following the September 2009 commitment by G20 leaders to improve the integrity of the markets, reporting of derivatives trades to trade repositories has become critical to regulatory efforts to monitor and detect the build-up of risk in the financial system.
To date, a number of jurisdictions around the world have developed rules and regulations requiring mandatory reporting of derivatives to trade repositories.
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