Greg Todd is General Counsel-Latin America and Managing Director at Bank of America. He is a global legal executive with extensive experience in the financial services industry, representing Bank of America globally and in Latin America on its legal strategy. In addition, he heads the bank’s Global Regulatory Reform legal team responsible for supporting significant regulatory change impacting the bank, including derivatives reform, IBOR transition, digital asset regulation, environmental, social and governance regulation and other regulations impacting the bank. He has represented the bank before numerous global regulators and is an active member of key trade associations focused on regulatory advocacy for the financial services industry. He has significant experience operating in complex corporate environments across regions, lines of business and functions, and leads a global team in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Latin America. Areas of expertise: global fixed income derivatives markets, derivatives regulatory, digital assets, ESG, sustainable finance, Latin America generalist- capital markets- derivatives- structured notes- banking regulatory matters- litigation and regulatory matters. Greg is also active in a number of diversity and inclusion-related initiatives and organizations, including the National LGBT Bar Association and the bank’s Ally Program. Admitted to practice in New York and Texas.