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Oliver Stuart
Shareholder Director

CLS Entity
CLS Group Holdings
CLS Bank International
Morgan Stanley

Oliver Stuart

Oliver Stuart is Global Head of Institutional Securities Group (ISG) Trading Operations at Morgan Stanley, a group that provides cross product middle office and risk management services for Morgan Stanley’s Global Institutional Securities Group.

Mr. Stuart is a member of key governance committees for risk, regulatory reform and bank resource management. As part of his role, Mr. Stuart is deeply involved in the growth strategy of the FX business and operational resilience expectations and service provision from Morgan Stanley’s market infrastructure and clearing bank providers. Over the last several years, he served as Morgan Stanley’s Shareholder Representative for CLS.

Prior to his current position, Mr. Stuart held numerous global leadership roles at Morgan Stanley, including for ISG Derivative Operations (2010-2016), Interest Rate, Credit and Currency Derivative Operations (2008-2010), and Credit Operations & Fixed Income Derivative Documentation (2004-2008).

Mr. Stuart is a board member of AcadiaSoft Inc and serves on the Board Executive Committee for this entity. He previously served on the boards of various Financial Market Infrastructure entities, including Euroclear (Euroclear Holdings and Euroclear SA), DTCC DerivSERV LLC and its major operating subsidiaries and MarkiSERV LLC. Mr. Stuart has gained considerable board committee experience through these posts and Chaired the Audit Committees for both DTCC DerivSERV and MarkitSERV LLC.

Mr. Stuart is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Morgan Stanley International Foundation, whose focus is on promoting child welfare, health and education through contributions to charities and non-profit organizations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Mr. Stuart also serves on the Investment Committee of the Morgan Stanley EMEA Multicultural Innovation Lab.

Mr. Stuart holds a Joint Honours Degree in Modern History & Politics from the University of Nottingham.

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