Daniel Stone is a financial markets specialist whose topical areas encompass financial markets products, e-commerce, treasury advisory, banking regulation, investment, and risk management. His US-based banking career spanned the 1980s and 90s, with roles in currency and interest rate derivatives sales, structuring, and dealing. He began his banking career in credit analysis and lending, and moved later into interest rate derivatives sales, and FX options dealing for international banks. He worked for banks in Chicago, New York, London, and Paris. His focus involved advisory and dealing for interbank and corporate treasury clients, and the creation and marketing of wealth management investment products.
In 1997, Daniel moved into training and consulting, working independently for 5 years from Spain, later moving to Singapore. He developed and delivered custom and open courses, and in Singapore, he headed the global curriculum for Standard Chartered’s Wholesale Banking division. His Consulting career helped Asia-based international and regional banks in the areas of treasury management, risk, wealth management, operations, and IT.
Clients included Standard Chartered, WestLB, Deutsche Bank, Volbroker (now part of ICAP), Fenics (now GFI, Cap Gemini, Morgan Stanley, Barclays Capital, Deutsche Bank, Citibank, UBS, Crédit Suisse, Société Générale, Crédit Industriel et Commercial, Merrill Lynch, Standard Chartered, RBS, Bank of Tokyo, DBS, OCBC, Bank Indonesia, CIMB, and ICICI). He teaches finance in the financial engineering MSc program at National University of Singapore and for the MBA program at Singapore Management University. He holds the Financial Risk Manager’s certificate with GARP, and the IBF’s FMRP certificate.