Linda Jeng is a Visiting Scholar on Financial Technology and Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center’s Institute for International Economic Law. Her research interests include open banking, digital assets, and DeFi.
Previously, she was the Global Head of Policy at Transparent Financial Systems, a fintech startup developing a blockchain-based digital dollar payment platform. She also served as Chief of Staff for Risk, Data and Surveillance at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors where she chaired the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s working group on open banking.
She has spent most of her career working on financial stability and regulatory reforms, including the Financial Stability Board in Basel working on international standards addressing Too-Big-to-Fail, the U.S. Senate drafting the Dodd-Frank Act, and the U.S. Treasury Department negotiating the international implementation of G20-led post-crisis reforms. Linda has worked at the Securities & Exchange Commission, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and Credit Agricole in Paris. She has a J.D. from Columbia Law School, a Master of Advanced Studies from University of Toulouse, France, and a B.A. from Duke University.