Dr. Chris Brummer is the brain behind Washington DC’s Fintech week. The law professor, who is also a lecturer, author, and entrepreneur, has a ton of experience on his resume. Currently, he lectures at the Georgetown University’s Law Center. He is also the faculty’s director. Dr. Chris’s consistency in studying economic law has seen him perfect his experience in finance-related matters. His expertise ranges from crypto assets to equity financing to finance regulatory policies. The professor has a broad scope of research on technology’s impact on financial development.
He has spearheaded many organization initiatives where he sits in core committees. To get a grip of his academic background, Dr. Chris Brummer has a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, where he studied Germanic Studies. He also went to Columbia Law School, where he earned his honors in J.D. The professor is the patron of Fintech Weekly (Washington DC), which was established in 2017. He credits his success to the market participants and regulators of the platform, where policy issues are discussed openly.
Dr. Chris Brummer focuses more on creating an accessible, free, and safe forum for all kinds of financial dialogues worldwide. He knows that with teamwork, Fintech Week is going to achieve that goal. The economic lawyer is also the Faculty Director of Economic Law at Georgetown Institute of International Economic Law, where he also lectures. Dr. Chris focuses on serving the financial communities by tackling challenging financial issues, which many people are unwilling to try.
Brummer advises entrepreneurs and all professionals to be hand working to achieve great success. You have to plan your areas of interest and work hard to achieve every milestone. Success has no shortcut. It’s path is hard work, commitment, and consistency. That way, you will build yourself a strong brand. To realize growth, you must bring ideas to reality by executing them. Dr. Chris Brummer has many duties that involve both voluntary and entrepreneurial tasks. The lawyer is happy to be a routine economist who holds multi-laterals and other organizations by offering financial analysis to help them plan.