D. R. Maurice
D. R. Maurice is a former central banker and an IT risk management executive, whose career achievements include implementing digital transformation strategy and policy for central bank digital currency, regulatory sandbox platforms and other blockchain technologies emphasising financial inclusion. Active engagements over the past few years have focused on central bank digital transformation in emerging markets.
Maurice previously worked in risk and IT governance roles in New York, London and Africa. She has also held positions at BNP Paribas, Moody’s Investors Services, State Street Global Advisors, Morgan Stanley and TD Securities. Maurice’s regulatory experience includes working at the New York and San Francisco Federal Reserve banks, with resident and short-term assignments in central banks in Africa and eastern Europe. As the author of numerous professional articles and editor of several Risk Books titles, she is also actively engaged in capacity-building and training related to suptech/regtech issues.
Her academic credentials include a BA in history from Salem State College, an MPA in finance from Arizona State University, and an MSc from the London School of Economics, where she completed work for a doctorate in financial services regulation. Recent technology certificates have been awarded to her by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology: AI and Digital Transformation; and ISACA Certifications on Controls (COBIT) and Privacy (CDPSE). Board advisory work currently includes the Value Technology Foundation (blockchain) and a suptech start-up for central banks.
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