Fredrick J Chapey Jr - Managing Principal

StormHarbour New York
Tel: +1 212 905 2505

Fred has spent his 29-year career involved in all aspects of the interest rate, currency, commodities, equities, emerging markets and credit derivatives businesses for two major financial institutions. Fred was a Managing Director at Citigroup for nine years where he had various responsibilities including Head of Global Derivatives and Emerging Markets Sales and Trading. Fred also oversaw Structured Credit Derivatives as well as the Global Portfolio Optimization business, which was accountable for managing the credit risk of the firm's loan and derivatives businesses. He led the integration of all derivatives activities of Citibank and Salomon Smith Barney. Prior to joining Citi, Fred spent eighteen years at Chase Manhattan Corporation. He was the Head of Global Derivatives and Deputy Head of International Capital Markets with additional responsibilities for Risk Management Research and Advisory and Financial Engineering. Fred held a number of other positions at Chase, including Global Head of Marketing and Structuring for all derivatives and foreign exchange activities, Manager of Derivatives Marketing and Structuring for North and South America, Manager of U.S. Corporate Debt and Derivatives and Head of Derivatives Marketing for U.S. Corporations. Earlier at Chase, Fred was a relationship manager in the Commodity Finance Division handling precious metals clients and structuring gold and silver products. He worked in the Credit Audit area analyzing the bank's credit portfolio and presenting strategic recommendations to senior members of the bank. He joined Chase in 1980 in the Global Professional Development Program. Recognition for Fred's derivatives accomplishments include being named a Derivatives Superstar by Global Finance Magazine in 1994 and being inducted into the Derivatives Hall of Fame by Derivatives Strategy Magazine in 2001. Fred received his Bachelor of Science of Business Administration with a major in Finance from Georgetown University in 1980.