Britta Woernle

Director Market Advocacy
Deutsche Bank AG, Germany
Britta Woernle, Director, Lead Business Advisor Securities Services. Since October 2010, Britta has been part of the Market Advocacy team within Deutsche Bank’s Corporate Bank division. In this role, she is responsible for several EU regulatory initiatives regarding the financial market infrastructure, T2S and their impact on the Securities Services business. Britta is a member of several European infrastructure and banking association groups, e.g. ECB Advisory Group on Market Infrastructures for Securities and Collateral (AMI-SeCo), AMI-SeCo Harmonisation Steering Group, AMI-SeCo Collateral Management Harmonisation Task Force, EBF Post Trade Working Group, and BdB Clearing & Settlement Working Group. Britta joined Deutsche Bank in December 2008, before that she worked almost 14 years as a consultant in the financial industry focusing on strategic Post Trade projects. Britta Woernle studied Business Administration at Frankfurt University and holds a degree as “Diplom-Kauffrau”.

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Finance

Collateral Management Forum
19 - 20 October 2022
Mercure Amsterdam City Hotel, The Netherlands
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Britta Woernle
Director Market Advocacy
Deutsche Bank AG, Germany
Britta Woernle, Director, Lead Business Advisor Securities Services. Since October 2010, Britta has been part of the Market Advocacy team within Deutsche Bank’s Corporate Bank division. In this role, she is responsible for several EU regulatory initiatives regarding the financial market infrastructure, T2S and their impact on the Securities Services business. Britta is a member of several European infrastructure and banking association groups, e.g. ECB Advisory Group on Market Infrastructures for Securities and Collateral (AMI-SeCo), AMI-SeCo Harmonisation Steering Group, AMI-SeCo Collateral Management Harmonisation Task Force, EBF Post Trade Working Group, and BdB Clearing & Settlement Working Group. Britta joined Deutsche Bank in December 2008, before that she worked almost 14 years as a consultant in the financial industry focusing on strategic Post Trade projects. Britta Woernle studied Business Administration at Frankfurt University and holds a degree as “Diplom-Kauffrau”.
Britta Woernle
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