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Julie Bauer is executive vice president of government relations and investor education at the [[OCC]]. She is responsible for engaging with members of Congress regarding issues of importance to the derivatives industry. She was previously senior vice president of government relations.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://goo.gl/gjuFm3|name=Donohue Agrees to Stay on as OCC Executive Chairman for Three Additional Years|org=BusinessWire|date=Sept 14, 2016}}</ref>  
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Julie Bauer is senior vice president of government relations at the [[OCC]]. She is responsible for engaging with members of Congress regarding issues of importance to the derivatives industry. She assumed the role in September 2016.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://goo.gl/gjuFm3|name=Donohue Agrees to Stay on as OCC Executive Chairman for Three Additional Years|org=BusinessWire|date=Sept 14, 2016}}</ref>  
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== Background ==
 
== Background ==

Revision as of 15:43, 14 June 2019

Julie Bauer
Julie Bauer.jpg
Occupation Senior Vice President, Government Relations
Employer OCC
LinkedIn Profile

Julie Bauer is executive vice president of government relations and investor education at the OCC. She is responsible for engaging with members of Congress regarding issues of importance to the derivatives industry. She was previously senior vice president of government relations.[1]

Background

Bauer began her career in government relations with the Chicago Board of Trade in 1990, where she worked for 17 years. She then worked for FINRA in government relations before forming her own lobbying frim, D.C. Policy Group, in 2013.[2]

Education

Bauer has a masters in American government from Georgetown University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia.

References

  1. Donohue Agrees to Stay on as OCC Executive Chairman for Three Additional Years. BusinessWire.
  2. New lobbying business slows to a trickle - DC Policy Group inks two. Politico.