Christopher Scarpati has over 20 years of financial services industry consulting experience focusing on helping capital markets institutions adapt to business and regulatory driven change. Christopher is a senior leader with deep experience helping sell side market participants design, plan, execute, and manage complex business transformation and regulatory driven change.
Christopher has worked extensively across the Capital Markets leading both large and small scale multi-disciplinary global transformational initiatives from initial vision and strategy design through execution.
Christopher's focus is in front and middle office sales and trading market structure, strategy, operations, risk management, and trading technology with deep experience in sell side sales and trading lifecycle management for OTC, Cleared and Listed Derivatives.
Christopher’s knowledge base and experience ranges from product knowledge (rates, credit, equity derivatives), broker / dealer / bank operations, management of global regulatory change initiatives (Dodd-Frank, MifidII, EMIR), sales and trading conduct and culture (FX, rates, credit), 1-2LOD control design, and compliance.
SInce 2010, Christopher has led PwC’s Dodd-Frank Title VII and Volcker regulatory change teams working with many of the G-SIBs to prepare for, react to, and comply with global financial markets regulation.
Chris is a frequent author of PwC’s Regulatory Briefs on topics including: derivatives market structure, cross border guidance and issues, uncleared margin requirements, SEF trading, and The Volcker Rule.