Before joining Berdon, Amy’s consulting assignments included advising investment advisors, private fund managers, and investment companies with risk governance best practices, compliance with Dodd Frank Act, and regulatory risk reporting. She has assisted in developing systematic oversight programs to monitor operational and technology risks.
Amy completed a term assignment as a Senior Policy Advisor at the US Department of Treasury, Office of the Special Inspector General- TARP, (SIGTARP), where she was the central subject matter expert for financial markets and domestic policy. She oversaw critical audits on TARP recipients and Federal inter-agency investigations.
Prior to her role at SIGTARP, Amy was Director in Product Control at Credit Suisse, focusing on risk and valuation for global credit products within the Fixed Income Division. In addition, Amy led the set up and post-launch risk management of several credit and distressed funds within Credit Suisse' Alternative Capital Division. Earlier in her career, she designed and implemented risk and valuation programs at Donaldson, Lufkin, and Jenrette and Bear Stearns. She started as a business analyst at Lehman Brothers.
Amy is a contributing writer to Institutional Investor, Alpha, Money Management Intelligence, and the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) Risk Professional magazines. She holds an MBA in Financial Management with Distinction from Pace University.