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Mr. Chopra goes to Brussels

Rohit Chopra isn’t a lawyer, but a business school graduate. You can tell by the way he peppers his remarks with discussion of capital markets, securitization of loans, company liquidity and returns on capital.  

One of two new Democratic commissioners at the Federal Trade Commission, Chopra, 36, spent six years at the US’s primary federal consumer financial protection agency and the Department of Education.

In his first public remarks in Washington, DC, Chopra urged the US to be a leader on privacy issues in the...

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