Oliver Stuart

Managing Director, Global Head of Institutional Securities Group (ISG) Trading Operations, Morgan Stanley, 

Oliver Stuart is the Global Head of ISG Trading Operations for Morgan Stanley, a group that provides cross product middle office and risk management services for Morgan Stanley's Global Institutional Securities Group. He is a member of the Global ISG Product Operations Management Team and the European Operations Management Team.

Oliver drives middle office strategy and execution for the ISG Global Sales and Trading business lines, with supervision and oversight for the middle office risk management control framework, technology strategy, first line support for new products and markets, and strategy and execution for related incoming regulatory change. He is a member of the key governance committees for risk, regulatory reform and bank resource management, including membership of the EMEA Franchise Committee, the EMEA Product Governance Committee and the Global ISG New Product Approval Committee. Oliver is also a member of the ISG Strategic Investments Committee.

Oliver is an active participant in industry trade associations and forums, where he continues to play a role in governance at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA). He currently serves on the ISDA Market Infrastructure & Technology Oversight Committee.

Oliver serves as a Non-Executive Director of Euroclear Holdings SA/NV. Oliver is also a board member of AcadiaSoft Inc. and serves on the Executive Committee of the Board for this entity. Oliver is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Morgan Stanley International Foundation, whose focus is promoting child welfare, health and education through contributions to charities and non-profit organisations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Prior to his current executive role at Morgan Stanley, Oliver was the Global Head of ISG Derivative Operations from June 2010 to June 2016.

Oliver earned a joint honours degree in Modern History & Politics from the University of Nottingham.