Steve Ivey

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Steve Ivey
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Occupation Executive Vice President & Chief Risk Officer
Employer Rosenthal Collins Group LLC

Steve Ivey is executive vice president and chief risk officer at Rosenthal Collins Group. He joined the firm in that role on April 9, 2018. He reports to Richard Mackey, RCG deputy president.

Background[edit]

Ivey joined Rosenthal Collins from OCC (formerly the Options Clearing Corporation), where he served as vice president of market risk and default management from 2013 until October 2017, and as vice president, stress testing and liquidity risk management since that time.

Ivey served as assistant vice president, risk manager at O’Connor & Company from 2003 to 2007. He was also branch office manager. In 2007, he joined Hanley Group LP, one of the world’s largest grain options proprietary trading firms at the time. He served as the firm’s head of trading risk and enterprise risk management, compliance and business development, creating the entire risk and compliance framework for the company.

After Hanley was acquired in 2010, Ivey joined Allston Trading, where he became the head of risk management. He also chaired the firm's risk committee and headed up its risk management team until 2013, when he left for the OCC.[1]

Education[edit]

He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MBA at St. Xavier University in Chicago.

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