Andrew Huszar has been a Senior Fellow at Rutgers University Business School since 2013. Until then, he was Managing Director and U.S. Head of OTC Derivatives Client Clearing for Morgan Stanley. In this role, Andrew designed and managed the bank’s largest post-2008 crisis start-up business. Previously, Andrew managed to completion for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (“FRBNY”) the $1.25 Trillion Agency MBS Purchase Program (the centerpiece of “QE1”). In this role, Andrew portfolio designed and managed the program’s execution, as well as leading the creation of a permanent, in-house Federal Reserve MBS business platform, encompassing front, middle and back office components. By way of additional professional background, Andrew was a Senior Vice President at RBS Greenwich Capital. Prior to RBS, he was an Examining Officer in the FRBNY’s Bank Supervision Group, leading a Market and Liquidity analytics team assessing financial risk exposures of large U.S. financial institutions. Andrew began his career at the FRBNY as a lawyer supporting various business lines.
Andrew has a J.D. and M.B.A. from Columbia University and a B.S.F.S degree in International Relations with a Certificate in Latin American Economic Development from the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Additionally, he has a “Certificate d’Etudes Politiques” from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (“Sciences-Po”).