Daniel A. Driscoll is special policy advisor for the National Futures Association, the self-regulatory body for the US derivatives industry. Driscoll provides advice and guidance on regulatory and enforcement matters to NFA's senior management and board of directors. He is also a member of NFA's enterprise risk management committee and a trustee of NFA's employee retirement savings plan. Driscoll joined NFA as vice president of compliance in September 1982 when NFA began its operations. In February 2000, he was named NFA's executive vice president and chief compliance officer. Driscoll became chief operating officer in January 2003 and assumed his current role as special policy advisor in January 2020. Prior to joining NFA, Driscoll worked for the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission and its predecessor, the Commodity Exchange Authority, in multiple positions including chief accountant and deputy director in the commission’s Division of Trading and Markets. He has also served as a member of The Institute for Financial Markets Board of Trustees since IFM's inception in 1989. Driscoll graduated from Aquinas College in 1971 with a bachelor's degree in accounting and a second major in economics, and is a Certified Fraud Examiner.
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