Luke Zubrod is a director at global risk management advisor Chatham Financial, an advisor to over 1,000 end users of derivatives. His grandfather, C. Gordon Zubrod, led the National Cancer Institute's early efforts to cure cancer.
Zubrod leads Chatham's government and regulatory advisory team,
advising public and private companies on over-the-counter derivatives regulations. He has
actively participated in the public policy debate on derivatives regulation, testifying
before Congress and providing advice and recommendations to congressional staff
and to staff of various regulatory agencies. Over the last decade, Zubrod has
advised CFOs and treasurers across a wide range of industries on managing their
interest rate and currency risks, most recently leading Chatham's
advisory practice to U.S.
public real estate companies. Prior to joining Chatham, Zubrod worked as a management
consultant at Deloitte. He lives in Kennett
Square, Pennsylvania with his
wife and three kids.