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Ingrid Busson-Hall

Ingrid Busson-Hall is an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley in the Bank Regulatory Legal Group.  Ms. Busson-Hall advises business units and support functions throughout the global Morgan Stanley network on the implications of U.S. banking laws and regulations.  She is also Deputy General Counsel of Morgan Stanley Private Bank, National Association and in that capacity provides strategic regulatory advice in support of a growing business. 

Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Ms. Busson-Hall was Associate General Counsel for Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank where she managed a team responsible for all regulatory matters in the Americas.   While with Credit Agricole CIB, she regularly advised senior management in the U.S. and throughout the global network on regulatory and related strategic business initiatives, including institutional response to reforms under the Dodd-Frank Act (e.g. Swap Dealer Registration, Volcker Rule, Resolution Planning), the application of the BHCA, OFAC, BSA/AML, and FCPA. 

Before joining Credit Agricole CIB, Ms. Busson-Hall, was an Associate at Skadden, Arps, Slate, and Meagher & Flom LLP in New York and Washington, DC. 

Ms. Busson-Hall is an active member of the ABA Section of International Law.  She currently serves as Deputy to Section’s Vice-Chair.  She previously served as Deputy Liaison Officer, Division Chair to the Constituent Division, the Section’s Diversity Officer, Co-Chair of the Section’s 2014 and 2008 Spring Meetings, Chair of the Law Student and New Lawyer Outreach Committee, and Vice-Chair of the International Corporate Counsel Committee.  Ms. Busson-Hall is the recipient of the Section’s 2013 Outstanding Corporate Counsel Award.

Ms. Busson-Hall earned her J.D., cum laude, and a Master of Studies in Environmental Law, magna cum laude, from Vermont Law School in 1999.  Since graduating, she has maintained a strong commitment to VLS and often returns to campus to conduct workshops with students on career planning and effective networking. 

Ms. Busson-Hall received a B.A. summa cum laude in Government and Geography, with high honors in both disciplines, from Clark University in 1996.  She currently serves as President-Elect of the Clark University Alumni Association.

Ms. Busson-Hall is a member of the bars of the State of New York and the District of Columbia.