Diana Chan is a member of the Supervisory Board, a member of the Audit Committee, a member of the Risk Committee, a member of the Nomination and Governance Committee and a member of the Remuneration Committee. She was appointed to the Supervisory Board in 2021.
Diana Chan was most recently an Independent Director of Euroclear SA/NV. Prior to that, she was Chief Executive of European Central Counterparty Limited and European Central Counterparty N.V. (EuroCCP) from 2007 to 2018. Since the start of pan-European equities central counterparty (CCP) clearing in 2007, Ms Chan has played a leading role in transforming the industry through competitive clearing. She built EuroCCP to become the largest equities CCP in Europe: by 2012, when competitive clearing was introduced through four-way interoperability, EuroCCP cleared over 50% of all equities trades in Europe. When she left EuroCCP in 2018, it had become the most connected central counterparty for equities trades, with access to around 30 national stock exchanges and multilateral trading facilities where nearly 90% of equities trades are executed.
Ms Chan has worked in the post-trade sector almost her entire career – gaining experience from all segments of the post-trade value chain, from market infrastructures to intermediaries serving clients investing worldwide. From 2003 to 2015, she was an active member of various industry expert groups set up by the European Central Bank, European Commission and European Securities and Markets Authority to consult and advise on post-trade issues.
Prior to 2007, Ms Chan worked at Euroclear Operations Centre, JP Morgan, Bank of New York, and Citi. At these institutions, she had a variety of global and regional management roles in Europe, America and Asia, with responsibilities for strategy, market policy, product management, network management and financial control.
Ms Chan was born in The People’s Republic of China and is a graduate of the University of Hong Kong and Harvard Business School.