Graham Broyd, Principal at Treliant, leads the firm's Global Markets practice, working with regulators, large international banks, and law firms on preventing, remediating, and investigating conduct and compliance issues stemming from banks’ trading floor activities.
Graham has been actively engaged in the global banking and markets business for almost 35 years. He worked at the Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) from 1995 until December 2015 in many senior management roles in the US and UK. He has also been a member of the Federal Reserve’s Alternative Reference Rate and FX Committees and was Chairman of the British American Business, Inc.
His recent positions at RBS included Chair of the RBS Markets Regulation Steering Group, both globally and in the US. In addition, he managed the bank’s Global Banking and Markets Client and Conduct Remediation programs, which included being the Disciplinary Chair for employee misconduct cases involving the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR). Graham also led the bank’s Mandatory Regulatory Change programs for the implementation of all post-financial crisis regulations – including the Dodd-Frank Act, Volcker Rule, and second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II).
Graham was CEO of the RBS Corporate Banking and Financial Markets businesses in the US from 2002 to 2005, and previously served as New York Branch Manager and Head of Financial Markets, North America. His earlier time at RBS was spent in the FX and Rates businesses in the US and UK. Prior to RBS, he held various roles in banking, trading, and sales at JPMorgan Chase and Lloyds Bank International in London, New York, and Panama.