Andrew Gray is chairman of the board for Omgeo and a managing director of core product strategy and management for the DTCC, charged with overseeing the firm's core businesses including U.S. clearance and settlement of equities and fixed income, asset services, wealth management and data services as well as the marketing & communications group. He was appointed as chairman of Omgeo in August, 2012. Gray has almost a decade of prior experience as COO of Merrill Lynch. 
Prior to serving at the DTCC, Gray was a managing director and COO of Merrill Lynch. At Merrill, he was charged with expanding the firm's Latin American and Canadian arms, overseeing all support, control and infrastructure functions. In addition to his COO responsibilities, he also served as country executive for the Central American, Andean and Caribbean region. Before that, he was managing director of global markets and investment banking as well as head of corporate planning. He joined Merrill in 1998.
Before Merrill, he was a principal at Booz-Allen & Hamilton, specializing in strategy, technology, organizational redesign and business process redesign for financial services clients for almost a decade.
Gray earned his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and also received a master’s degree in government administration from the University of Pennsylvania.
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