Donald E. Boyce III, BS '06 MPA '08
Distinguished Alumni Award in Public Administration & Policy
Assistant Vice President — U.S. Regulatory
Deutsche Bank Securities Inc.
Donald Boyce is an assistant vice president in U.S. Regulatory for Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. As one of the first graduates from the Institute for Financial Market Regulation (IFMR), he initially joined the regulatory ranks as an examiner for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). His work focused on financial and operational risks associated with U.S. securities broker/dealers.
While a graduate student, Mr. Boyce served as the president of the State University of New York (SUNY) Student Assembly, representing over 400,000 SUNY students on the SUNY Board of Trustees. He was the only SUNY student to serve on the 2008 New York State Commission on Higher Education and was part of the committee that selected SUNY's 12th Chancellor, Dr. Nancy L. Zimpher. Mr. Boyce contributed to the State University of New York’s strategic planning efforts by serving on the “Group of 200” as one of a small number of alumni representatives.
Donald Boyce serves as an advisory board member to the UAlbany/Albany Law Institute for Financial Market Regulation (IFMR) and has chaired the IFMR Alumni Network since its inception, working to unite alumni, connect faculty with industry professionals, and aid current students as they prepare for their future careers.