Todd Phillips is a policy advocate and fellow at the Roosevelt Institute. His work focuses on financial regulation and regulatory policy, especially of digital assets and financial technologies.
Throughout his career, Phillips has published on issues as diverse as consumer financial protection, derivatives and securities market structure, bank regulation, and the laws governing agency rulemaking and adjudication. He has testified before the US Senate and served on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Market Risk Advisory Committee. Phillips has previously served in Congress and the executive branch as an attorney for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Administrative Conference of the United States, and the Oversight and Reform Committee of the US House of Representatives.
His writing has been published by outlets such as the Yale Journal on Regulation, the Duke Law Review, and the Administrative Law Review and has been quoted by the New York Times and Washington Post. Todd holds a JD from the University of Michigan and a BS in economics and political science from Arizona State University.