Jacqueline Mesa set to leave her role as director in the Office of International Affairs (OIA)
Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) director Jacqueline Mesa will
step down from her position in the Office of International
Affairs (OIA) next month after 15 years with the
Mesa’s recent work has focused on cross-border
regulatory matters surrounding the Dodd-Frank Act.
Mesa’s role will be Sarah Josephson, the current
deputy director of the division of clearing and risk.
Instrumental with overseas counterparts
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