IDCG names Ferber as general counsel and chief regulatory officer

The New York-based International Derivatives Clearing Group (IDCG) has appointed Laurie Ferber as its general counsel and chief regulatory officer.

In her new role she will be responsible for all legal and regulatory affairs at the interest rate derivatives clearing house, including compliance and a variety of corporate governance issues.

Ferber previously worked at Goldman Sachs, where she held senior roles including co-general counsel of the fixed-income, currency and commodities division, and head of the derivatives legal group. Most recently she was chief of staff for the global business selection and conflicts group, and was involved in dealing with legal issues surrounding Goldman Sachs' transition to a bank holding company last September.

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