Rachel Tyler is Executive Director of Business Resiliency at The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) where she supports resiliency planning around the firm’s regulated clearing agencies. She is responsible for developing DTCC’s operational resiliency and response approach to address potential disruptive business events and promote continued service availability.
Prior to her current role, Rachel served in various capacities including management responsibilities in regulatory relations, project governance, prioritization and investments and oversight of the launch of EuroCCP in 2008. She began her career at DTCC as a Product Manager in fixed income services.
Before DTCC, Rachel worked for the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of the Public Debt, where she was responsible for the commercial book-entry program, accounting for trillions of dollars in outstanding marketable debt, and overseeing staff responsible for performing billions of dollars in Treasury securities auctions.
Currently, she serves as Chair of a financial market infrastructure industry working group on data protection and validation sponsored by the CPMI-IOSCO Working Group on Cyber Resilience.
Rachel holds a Master of Science in Finance and graduated undergrad magna cum laude with both a Bachelor of Arts in interdisciplinary studies (Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics, and Government) and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, all from American University in Washington, DC.
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