Brookings Institution Publishes A Financial Regulatory Research Study by Dr. Chris Brummer

Professor Chris Brummer is the Founder and Editor of, an online forum for evaluating and comparing international regulatory processes in financial technology. He is passionate about educating, researching, and lecturing to provide a better understanding of fintech and regulations. In September 2020, Brookings Institution published his latest research study on the absence of Black Americans in the financial regulatory. Dr. Chris Brummer frequently provides analysis for institutions and participates in international regulatory forums.

The United States and European legislative bodies routinely call for Professor Chris Brummer to testify before the federal court. He practiced law in London and New York City after receiving a JD from Columbia Law School. Law firm Cravath, Swaine, and Moore LLP gave him the opportunity to broaden his experience, national and international.

After Brookings published his research paper, it became the subject on a forum that comprised Maxine Waters, Neel Kashkari, Sherrod Brown, Sharon Bowen, and Harold Black. Dr. Chris Brummer primary focus in the study was on the following independent agencies;

  • SEC
  • Commodity Futures Trading Commission
  • National Credit Union Administration
  • Federal Reserve Governors Board

He included the appointments and hiring practices at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and OCC (Office of Comptroller of Currency). Although the basis of the study is on the absence of Black policy leadership at financial regulatory agencies he observed low diversity of hires. Professor Chris Brummer is hoping his publication brings awareness of the disparity of minorities as regulatory leaders. is a reliable website for you to learn about recent regulations, international governance, public/private global laws, market microstructure, and trade. Professor Chris Brummer is a law professor and faculty director at Georgetown University and the Institute of International Economic Law. His most recent publication is attracting the attention of political figures, such as Chairwoman Maxine Waters and Senator Sherrod Brown.