Corporate Performance Improvement | Danny Faryniarz
Danny Faryniarz
Managing Director
Corporate Performance Improvement | Danny Faryniarz
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30+ years of experience working in and serving the financial services sector
Advises clients on capital markets, asset management, market structure and regulatory and compliance change management
Experience in managing key stake holder relationships
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Danny Faryniarz is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal’s Corporate Transformation Services practice in New York. Mr. Faryniarz specializes in capital markets, asset management, market structure and regulatory and compliance change management for clients within the financial services sector.

With over three decades of experience, Mr. Faryniarz has worked on transformation issues involving global rates, sales and trading, asset management portfolio management, capital markets operations, regulatory compliance, IT infrastructure, and shared services development and deployment.

In the aftermath of the 2008-2009 financial crisis while at DTCC (Depository Trust and Clearing Corp), Mr. Faryniarz worked with key regional and global dealers and the global asset management community in the initial scope, design, and build of several shared services infrastructures including the Global Trade Repository, an ALM/KYC document repository, a collateral and margin transit hub, and a new clearing house platform to bring cash, futures, and swaps into a common risk methodology to provide margin offsets and efficiency.

Previously, Mr. Faryniarz served as a Managing Director of Market Strategy and Industry Relations with DTCC and a Director of Global Rate Sales with Merrill Lynch. At DTCC, he took on a Business Development and Strategy role engaging front office businesses within dealer banks and buy-side asset managers. He also developed and managed key stake holder relationships within front office and back office business areas to leverage DTCC's user owned, user governed financial market infrastructure.

He earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont.