An CFTC and SEC Alum Has Some Big Ideas for Regulating Crypto
Also, the 'non-story' on the SEC inspector general's retirement; Hedge funds blast regulators' plan for revised risk reports
Friday Q and A: If there ever was a Zelig in the financial regulation world, it would be Patrick McCarty. As a staffer on the then-House Banking Committee, he worked on the landmark Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. A decade later, he was a Senate Agriculture Committee aide writing the swaps provisions in Dodd-Frank (infuriating Wall Street at times, by the way).…
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