Dr Chris Brummer began teaching at the Law Center in Georgetown University in 2009. Before this time, he worked at Vanderbilt Law School as an assistant professor. Professor Chris Brummer was an academic fellow at the International Affairs Office under the Securities and Exchange Commission. Prior to working as an assistant professor, he was a lawyer working for a private law practice firm in London and New York.
Professor Chris Brummer is the founding partner of a public policy conference, DC Fintech Week. He also helped kickstart the CQ Roll Call newsletter and Fintech Beat podcast. Dr. Chris Brummer is respected for his work as an author of multiple renowned publications. The GeoEconomic Center at Atlantic Council has offered him a nonresident senior fellowship.
He is also a Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Subcommittee member. Professor Chris Brummer served in the advisory council for Alliance for Innovative Regulation. As a Digital Dollar member, he is part of the consultant group. Most recently, Dr. Chris Brummer has been a part of the transition team for the Biden administration.
At ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority), he is a committee member for the Financial Innovation Standing. Between 2010 and 2016, Dr. Chris Brummer was on the delisting panels at NASDAQ. From 2011 to 2017, the Financial Markets Center at Milken Institute recognized him as a senior fellow. Aside from his membership at the National Adjudicatory Council, Dr. Chris Brummer took up the director role at Fannie Mae in February 2021.
One trend that has captured the interest of Dr. Chris Brummer is digital inclusion. According to Professor Chris Brummer, it is crucial for businesses to leverage the data available in the digital space. There is a need to discuss the efficiency of digital inclusion across different sectors. Professor Chris Brummer believes that digital inclusion provides an opportunity for businesses to progress.