Brown-Hruska quits CFTC for new role at Nera

Sharon Brown-Hruska has quit  the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to join the Washington DC-based National Economic Research Associates (Nera) Economic Consulting as vice-president in the securities and finance practice.

Brown-Hruska has served as a commissioner of the US regulator since August 2002. During her time at the CFTC she also served as acting chairman, from July 2004 to July 2005.

Brown-Hruska, who is known for her free market philosophy, served as a member of the US's President's Working Group on Financial Markets, and was instrumental in initiating the Transatlantic Cooperation Initiative between the Committee of European Securities Regulators and the CFTC.

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