Schraa appointed IIF director

Washington, DC -– David Schraa has been appointed director of the Institute for International Finance’s (IIF) banking and regulatory department. He is replacing Barbara Matthews, who has taken a position on the staff of the finance committee of the House of Representatives in the US Congress.

Schraa was most recently with UBS, where he served as managing director, general counsel and head of the legal and compliance departments for the New York-based international private banking operations of the Swiss bank and its related brokerage business. From 2000 to 2002, he was a partner at the Bachelder law firm in New York. From 1988 to 2000, Schraa held senior positions at JP Morgan. He served as managing director and assistant general counsel from 1995 to 2000 in New York and from 1988 to

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