David Geen, who has served as general counsel at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association since 2008, is leaving after a decade at the industry group, Risk.net has learned.
It is understood that Geen, who first joined Isda in 2006 as European general counsel, will formally depart the organisation at the end of March but has been on leave since the end of January. His post is being filled by Katherine Tew Darras, general counsel for the Americas, until a successor can be recruited. Isd
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