Expert resume of Douglas Summa
Retired Partner from PricewaterhouseCoopers' Financial Services Practice in New York
Douglas Summa is a retired Partner from PricewaterhouseCoopers' Financial Services Practice in New York. Throughout his 35+ year tenure with PwC, he worked in various capital markets areas across cash and derivative products, including fixed income, foreign exchange, equity, credit, and commodities. During this time, he provided perspectives on leading practices and regulatory perspectives while working with a broad range of clients, including global banks, large mutual and hedge funds, and insurance companies. Mr. Summa has assisted his clients address measurement and management issues related to market, credit,
liquidity, and capital, including:
- Implementing industry best practices related to valuation, risk measurement, limit setting, capital attribution, liquidity, and performance evaluation.
- Designing frameworks and implementing tools, models, and processes to allow management to value and assess risks related to financial instruments.
- Creating and implementing models and related processes and procedures to measure and report economic and regulatory capital.
Mr. Summa is on the Board of the International Association of Quantitative Finance and is the Vice Chairman of the Financial Instruments Board of the International Valuation Standards Council. He has an M.B.A. in Finance and
Accounting from Columbia Business School and a B.A. in Political Science from Columbia College.