Corey Frayer, formerly a senior professional staff member of the Senate Banking Committee, has joined the Securities and Exchange Commission to advise SEC Chairman Gary Gensler on cryptocurrency-related policy and interagency matters.
SEC announced Thursday the appointment of Frayer to a senior advisory role and three legal professionals to operations, investment management and enforcement counsel positions.
He formerly served as a senior adviser to Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., on various issues such as those related to emerging financial technology and consumer and investor protection.
His more-than-two-decade career on Capitol Hill also includes time as a House of Representatives staff assistant and legislative correspondent.
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