Andrew B. Busch

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Andrew B. Busch
Occupation CEO
Location Chicago
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Andrew B. Busch is a Chicago-based political economist, financial services professional and former CFTC official. He is the CEO of and is an advisor to Advisory Cloud.

Busch served as the CFTC's first chief market intelligence officer from April 2017 until April of 2019.[1][2]

Busch spent 30 years in the financial services sector, most recently at the boutique economic research company he founded, Bering Productions Inc. (BPI), where he was CEO.[3]


Before BPI, Busch was the global currency and public policy strategist at the Bank of Montreal from 2009 to 2013. He also served as the Bank of Montreal’s global foreign exchange strategist and was an outside advisor to the White House, US Treasury and Congress on the financial markets from 2005-2009.

He began his career in financial services working in the foreign exchange trading department for the Northern Trust Company.

While at the CFTC he initiated a podcast series featuring industry and commission executives.



  1. CFTC Acting Chairman Giancarlo Announced Andrew B. Busch as the Commission’s first Chief Market Intelligence Officer. CFTC.
  2. INSIGHT: CFTC delivers on 'Project KISS' with proposal to streamline regulations for swap dealers. Reuters.
  3. {[cite web|url= BUSCH JOINS CFTC AS CHIEF MARKET INTELLIGENCE OFFICER (CMIO)||date=June 14, 2019}}
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