Jordan Boyd is a Vice President in Credit Suisse’s U.S. bank regulatory group. His practice focuses on resolution planning, capital regulation and the Federal Reserve’s enhanced prudential standards, including TLAC, CCAR and DFAST, SCCL and the QFC stay rule. He is also an adjunct professor at Fordham University Law School, where he co-teaches a course on bank regulation.
Before joining Credit Suisse, Mr. Boyd was an associate in Davis Polk’s Financial Institutions Group, having also worked at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson. He received a Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honors and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations from Victoria University of Wellington and was admitted to the New Zealand Law Society in 2010. In New Zealand, Mr. Boyd practiced at Chapman Tripp and clerked for Hon. Justice Wild at the New Zealand Court of Appeal, before accepting a Dean’s Graduate Award from NYU and studying for an LL.M.