69 minutes · June 8, 2020
Chris Giancarlo’s voice resonates with experience and authority. He didn’t stand still when his term as Chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission came to end last year. He’s immersed himself in a wide range of initiatives built on his decades of service in government and FinTech, which he explains in this episode. But he’s also keeping a close eye on his old beat, and doesn’t like what he sees from European regulators tinkering with the complex plumbing of central counterparty clearing that underpins the global markets. “Now,” he says, “is not the time to change the rules on CCP resolution.”
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