FMSB Adds Three Staff
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: March 4, 2022
The FICC Markets Standards Board (FMSB) has added three new staff members to its secretariat, with the hires of Ted MacDonald, Vic Silverman and Mimi Yan.
MacDonald has been named senior technical specialist. He a fully accredited mediator and maintains strong links with academia, FMSB says, adding he is also an unofficial ambassador for the Ivey Business School and the Leader Character Programme. MacDonald has been working as an advisor for many years including a seven year spell at the UK regulator the Financial Conduct Authority. He will work closely with Chris Rich, FMSB’s general counsel, supporting the development of qualifications and thought leadership workstreams.
Yan will also work closely with Rich and joins from a spell out of the financial industry. Previously she worked for Credit Suisse for just over five years, leaving in early 2019. Before that she spent five years at Merrill Lynch – in both institutions she was in capital management and product development roles.
Silverman, meanwhile, has been named head of communications, she joins from LSEG where she was director of leadership communications, having previously worked for Deloitte.
“As we move forward in our shared mission to make the financial markets fairer and more effective, we have three new joiners who bring technical, professional qualification and communications expertise into our fold,” says Myles McGuinness, CEO of FMSB.