Professor Chris Brummer is a Georgetown Institute of International Economic Law faculty director and a law professional. Before working with Georgetown’s faculty, he used to be a vice- professor at Vanderbilt School of Law. He has also taught as a visiting professor at some top universities, such as the London Economics School.
Professor Chris Brummer has more than ten years of experience researching financial development, governing policy, and the substantial influence of technology on how authorities conduct regulatory oversight and supervision. Dr. Chris Brummer has also given his professionalism to policymakers and nonprofits and has provided insights into how governments and organizations can best respond and understand new challenges and developments in the financial sector. On top of spearheading various organizations and initiatives associated with financial regulation and working as a professor, he has as well served as both a member of the European Securities’ Consultative Working Group, a Standing Committee of Marketers Authority’s Financial Innovation, and a member of Virtual Currencies’ Commodities Futures Trading Commission’s Subcommittee.
Dr. Chris Brummer is an author of several publications such as Fintech Law in a Nutshell: Monetary, Regulatory and Legal Perspectives, a co-founder of the CQ Roll Call newsletter and Fintech Beat podcast, a public policy conference on technology and finance, and the DC Fintech Week founder. He was a FINRA’s National Adjudicatory Council and Nasdaq delisting panels’ member, a senior individual for Financial Markets in the Milken Institute’s Center. He served as the Biden-Harris Presidential Transition Team member from October 2020 to February 2021. Professor Chris Brummer has been a director of Fannie Mae since February 2021. He holds several degrees, such as a J.D. with honors from the Law School of Columbia and a Ph.D. from Chicago University.