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Tracey Wingate

US Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Special Counsel, Division of Clearing & Risk
Washington, DC, USA

Tracey Wingate is special counsel in the Division of Clearing and Risk at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission where her work focuses on various domestic and international standards for CCPs, including recovery and resolution.  Ms. Wingate participates in international work streams that aim to harmonize CCP standards, including the CPMI-IOSCO Implementation Monitoring Standing Group, which assesses the implementation of the Principles of Financial Markets for Infrastructures among the G20 nations.  Most recently, Ms. Wingate was involved in negotiations with the European Commission to grant equivalence to US-based CCPs registered with the CFTC to enable these clearinghouses to continue to provide services to European market participants.

Prior to joining the Division of Clearing and Risk, Ms. Wingate was a senior trial attorney in the Division of Enforcement at the CFTC serving as lead counsel on a variety of cases involving fraud and manipulation in the derivatives markets. Ms. Wingate began her career in the Washington, DC offices of Arnold & Porter, LLP focusing on product liability litigation.

Ms. Wingate received her Juris Doctorate degree from Tulane University and her Bachelor of Arts from University of Virginia.


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