Andrew DeJoy is a theorist and practitioner in the field of operational risk management in financial institutions. His interest in financial operations began while conducting regulatory research at a major think tank. There, he used quantitative metrics to study the amount and severity of regulation within the Code of Federal Regulations. He particularly focused on the impact of regulation on economic recoveries after banking crises. Andrew continued to build his expertise during his time as a middle office analyst for OTC structured products within one of the world’s top hedge fund administrators. He was responsible for trade capture, lifecycle events processing, reconciliation, and settlement for various categories of products including total return swaps, credit default swaps, interest rate swaps, and swaptions. From his perspective closest to the trade, Andrew experienced first-hand the structural problems facing the machinery of financial institutions.
Andrew is currently a student at Duke University School of Law. He has passed multiple FINRA qualification exams and has several designations from the Corporate Finance Institute. Andrew’s unique and interdisciplinary experiences guide his approach to the financial services industry.
Andrew graduated early from Duke University with a major in Public Policy Studies, a minor in English, and a certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship. When not thinking about financial operations, Andrew enjoys sharing his experience with others and helping younger people grow and develop in the classroom and beyond.
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