Brian Carlton Roseboro has served as Managing Director in the office of the CEO of UBS Securities and the COO of the Americas. UBS Securities is the U.S. broker-dealer unit of UBS Group Americas. The COO Office provides logistics and support for the Investment Bank in the areas of business continuity management, project services, community affairs, communications and marketing, governance and control, in-house ecology and other functions.
Previously, Mr. Roseboro worked at JPMorgan Chase in the Office of Government Affairs, focusing on regulatory reform policy. He also served as Chief Risk Officer, leading the global risk management function for the firm’s Chief Investment Office (CIO).
Mr. Roseboro also served at the US Department of Treasury, as a Presidential Appointee, from 2001 until 2005. He was twice confirmed by the US Senate and sworn in as Assistant Secretary for Financial Markets in 2001 and then as Under Secretary of Domestic Finance in 2004. In those positions, Mr. Roseboro served as a senior advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury in formulating policy and legislation in public debt management, capital markets, financial institutions, government financial management services, federal lending, fiscal affairs, government sponsored enterprises (GSEs), financial education and community development. Mr. Roseboro also served as a senior member of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets.
Before his government service, Mr. Roseboro was Deputy Director of Market Risk Management for the American International Group, 1996 - 2001. From 1993 – 1996, he was Director & Risk Management Adviser for Swiss Bank Corporation. He was Vice President of foreign-exchange options trading at the First National Bank of Chicago between 1988 –1993. He began his career with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where he rose to chief dealer on the foreign-exchange trading desk, 1983 – 1988.
Mr. Roseboro has a Certificate in International Relations and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Rochester. He also has a MBA, with concentration in international business and finance, from Columbia University.