Professor Chris Brummer is the Institute of International Economic Law, Georgetown head. Before joining Georgetown College in 2009, he was a helping professor at Vanderbilt School of Law. Brammer also served as a visiting professor at different frontline universities and the London School of Economics.
Besides being a professor and sponsor of measures related to financial controls, Professor Chris Brummer is also a member of the Sub-Committees of the Future Commercial Financial Products Commission and a member of the Advisory Group of the Standing European Committee on Financial Innovation.
Dr Chris Brammer has also served as a member of the FINRA National Arbitration Commission for three years. FINRA is an organization approved by the US Congress to regulate the securities sector. His work is considered to have made a significant contribution to the protection of investors.
Chris Brummer received a doctorate in law. He pursued education from Columbia University School where he graduated with an honorable degree, in addition to receiving a doctorate from Chicago University. He operated in Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP; London and New York prior to becoming a professor.
I am so proud to see this new @BrookingsEcon research from @PeterContiBrown and published by @Aarondklein on the history of diversity on the regional bank boards. The data are unambiguous. The 1977 law mandating inclusion apparently did nothing. https://t.co/uZ4Z6jyHXL
— Chris Brummer (@ChrisBrummerDr) April 13, 2021
In 2011, he joined hands with the Milken Institute at Washington offices, and in 2012, C. Boyden Gray scholarship offered him a scholarship from the Atlantic Council. He also benefited from global finance, where he launched the Transatlantic Finance Initiative (think tanks).
Professor Chris Brummer is an editor and author of several books. Professor Chris Brummer has contributed and composed various reports, analyzes and publications in the financial field. Brummer is the creator and editor of fintechpolicy.org.
He has given numerous lectures on financial technology, finance, global governance, international public and private law, international trade, and market microstructure.
During his tenure in this position, Dr. Chris Brummer frequently provided analysis to multilateral institutions, participated in global regulatory forums, and regularly testified before the legislative bodies of the United States and the European Union.