Commodity Futures Trading Commission

Kevin C. Piccoli

Kevin is currently Deputy Director in the Office of International Affairs at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission where he is responsible for the CFTC’s international technical assistance program.  In this role, Kevin has provided assistance to developed and developing countries including providing technical support to assist in the development of a commodities market, evaluating regulatory schemes, providing specialized and customized training and keynote speeches at conferences.  Kevin is also the United States CFTC representative on the International Organization of Securities Commissions Inter-Americas Regional Committee and the former representative on the Asset Management Committee focused on setting global regulatory standards for the asset management industry.  Prior to this assignment, he was the Deputy Director, Examinations in the Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight where Kevin was responsible for examination oversight of all futures and swaps intermediaries and the self-regulatory organizations registered with the CFTC, a member of the customer protection rule team and participated in a number of areas helping to establish the rules and regulations that govern the financial institutions conducting business in these markets, overseeing the self-regulatory organizations that regulate the markets for these products and assisted in the implementation of certain aspects of the recently legislated Dodd-Frank Act on swap dealers and swap market participants.

Prior to joining the CFTC, Kevin was the CFO at a number of Wall Street institutions, including Tradeweb, Cantor Fitzgerald, eSpeed and Greenwich Capital Markets.  Kevin was also Chief Auditor at The Bank of New York Mellon.  Kevin started his career at Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) and became a partner in their financial services group and Co-Head of the Firm’s Derivative Products Practice.




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