In his recent Keynote address, Georgetown Law professor Chris Brummer calls for more black financial regulators in SEC.
For Georgetown Law Professor Chris Brummer, the nation’s glaring lack of Black financial regulators is tied directly to the long history of economic injustice. In his keynote address at the Security and Exchange Commission’s Black History Month Celebration, Brummer challenged the agency to increase its Black representation.
“Financial regulators write the rules of capitalism,” Brummer told a February 17 virtual gathering open to hundreds of SEC employees across the country. “Yet despite its importance, or perhaps because of it, Black Americans, for all their great history, have been singularly excluded from fully participating in the regulatory process.”
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