Eric Juzenas

Eric is Chatham Financial's Global Head of Compliance and Regulation. He advises on derivatives regulatory compliance and legal documentation, including regulatory advisory, ISDA negotiation, pre- and post-trade compliance processes, and standalone regulatory technology solutions for clients, including reporting, valuations, portfolio reconciliation, and collateral management. He covers both US and European regulations. Eric has advised a range of clients including senior government officials, Members of Congress, and financial and commercial firms on derivatives regulation and compliance. He has played a central role in derivatives policy, helping write and implement portions of the Dodd Frank Act and working on several reauthorizations of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). He has also participated in international policy and regulatory efforts with the European Union, Financial Stability Board, and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO). At the CFTC, he was a deputy to the US Financial Stability Oversight Council. Prior to Chatham, Eric worked at Bloomberg, LP in their Global Regulatory Policy Group covering US and European regulation. Previously, he spent eleven years at CFTC in a variety of roles including Chief of Staff, Chief Operating Officer and Senior Counsel to Chairman Gary Gensler, Commissioner Michael V. Dunn and Commissioner Sharon Y. Bowen. He began his career in derivatives spending six years as Deputy Chief Counsel and Counsel to the US Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee where he was responsible for writing and advising on derivatives legislation and policy. Eric graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Philosophy and certificate in Integrated Liberal Studies. He holds a law degree from the George Washington University Law School, and a masters degree in Environmental/Occupational Health from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University.

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    Chatham Financial provided comment on the CFTC's proposed revision of the SEF Trade Execution Requirements, showing how these revisions could negatively impact the bespoke swaps market end users.

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  • Response to the CFTC Request for Input on Ethereum Blockchain

    Response to the CFTC Request for Input on Ethereum Blockchain

    Chatham Financial discusses the current state and future of Ethereum Blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) in response to a request from the CFTC.

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    Chatham Financial's Response to the CFTC Request for Input on Ethereum Blockchain

    Chatham Financial's answers to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's request of input on Ethereum blockchain and Crypto-asset Mechanics and Markets

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    Preparing for the IBOR Transition: Steps End Users Need to Consider

    The IBORs – the Interbank Offered Rates – are in danger of degrading or disappearing.

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