Dr. Chris Brummer has a rich career resume that spans across many positions. He is the current Agnes N. Williams Research Professor and Faculty Director of Georgetown’s Institute of International Economic Law. He got into this position in 2009. Before that, Dr. Chris Brummer served in other institutions as well.
From 2006 to 2009, he was at Vanderbilt Law School and served as an assistant law professor at Vanderbilt Law School. Between 2008 and 2009, Dr. Chris Brummer was an academic fellow at the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of International Affairs. On top of this, he also served as a private attorney in London and New York.
His lectures are focused primarily on public & private law, finance & global governance, and international trade & market microstructure. He has authored several books, but the most recent one is called Fintech Law in a Nutshell. It was done in 2019. In the book, he talks about the risks that the global financial system may face due to China’s continued internationalization of its currency.
He has lectured in many major universities as a visiting professor. Some of them are the London School of Economics, Universities of Heidelberg and Basel. He was a member of the National Adjudicatory Council of FINRA for three years. He left there recently but left behind a remarkable legacy whereby he enhanced the protection of investors.
Dr. Chris Brummer is pretty learned. He attended two universities. One is Columbia Law School, from where he attained his J.D. The other is the University of Chicago, where he earned his PhD in Germanic Studies.
Since February last year, he has been serving as the director of Fannie Mae. He is also the Vice-Chair of the Strategic Initiatives and Technology Committee. He adds as a committee member of the Risk Policy and Capital Committee.