Financial Regulatory Law Affects Everyone According to Chris Brummer
Chris Brummer is well known in law, especially in the particular area of financial regulatory law. He has worked in economic law for many years in law firms across America and in the UK. His work has led to a position at Georgetown University.
At Georgetown, he is the director of the law faculty and a professor of law. Before this university position, he worked at Vanderbilt Law School. In addition, he is a noted author, speaker, and visiting professor for many international universities, the most noted of these being the London School of Economics. He is also a celebrated financial speaker and frequently takes part at conferences and forums.
Brummer’s area of expertise is in Financial regulatory laws. Because these regulations are highly detailed, Brummer continually consults with the world’s top investors and other financial experts to help analyze and improve Financial regulatory law.
Dr. Chris Brummer is a graduate of Columbia University, where he earned honors and completed his law degree. He also holds a master’s degree from the University of Chicago.
Dr. Brummer is also Renowned author and has two notable books, “The Fintech Law in A Nutshell” and “Assets, Legal, Regulatory and Monetary Perspectives.
Dr Brummer has said many times the financial regulators write the rules by which capitalism runs. Their decisions influence how capital is made and where the opportunities will lie. They decide who enjoys the protection of the government and who doesn’t. They directly make decisions that impact assets, prices, and value, and consequently affect the gains or losses of those who hold them. It is critical that we study in detail every regulatory change in the financial Market.