Gregg Rozansky currently serves as Senior Vice President, Senior Associate General Counsel for the Bank Policy Institute. Prior to joining BPI, Mr. Rozansky served as Managing Director and Senior Associate General Counsel of The Clearing House. In that capacity, Mr. Rozansky led the policy efforts of The Clearing House on a wide array of bank regulatory, compliance and corporate governance-related issues impacting large financial institutions. Mr. Rozansky is a frequent presenter on bank corporate governance and regulatory issues at leading financial industry events and has written extensively on the regulation of major banking institutions and regulatory reform, including the Dodd-Frank Act.
Prior to joining The Clearing House in 2013, Mr. Rozansky advised financial institutions on U.S. bank regulatory and compliance issues in private practice at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and Shearman & Sterling, focusing on cross-border transactions and the implications of U.S. and global regulatory reforms and developments. Mr. Rozansky is a graduate of Harvard Law School and earned his B.A. in economics and government at Cornell University. At Harvard, he held a position as a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Economics.