The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is bringing on Melissa Netram, a senior government policy executive at Intuit Technologies, to lead for the agency’s fintech innovation group.
Netram will be the second director of LabCFTC, taking over the role from Daniel Gorfine, who left the position in August.
The LabCFTC office serves as an interface between the regulatory agency and the private sector on issues including algorithmic trading, artificial intelligence and digital currencies.
Netram helped develop Intuit’s focus on fintech policy in her role as director of global public policy and regulatory affairs. She also previously worked in the Treasury Department...