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What Kind of a Job can I get with A degree in Financial Market Regulation?

by tom44 on August 15, 2013

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Question by Jake: What Kind of a Job can I get with A degree in Financial Market Regulation?
Right now I go to Siena college, which is pretty close to The University of Albany. My major is accounting, but I’m really not liking it, and am pondering transferring to Ualbany.

Ualbany has a unique degree called “Financial Market Regulation.” Which sounds like something I would be interested in, because I love the stock market, foreign exchange market, etc. But what Kind of Job would I be able to get with this degree?
Yes, but what exactly are their duties? It isn’t clear in the degree description.

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Answer by Looney Dufus
You could get a job as a Financial Market Regulator.

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2 thoughts on “What Kind of a Job can I get with A degree in Financial Market Regulation?

  1. nickbeez says:

    From someone that got a general business mgt degree & just completed an Executive MBA I must say that a professional accounting degree would go a long ways in securing a position in a finance position. Just because you don’t like accounting doesn’t mean you shouldn’t stick with the degree. Most employers having a CPA stands out vs the degree you listed. Perhaps you can survey the course.

    Best suggestion to what the degree is actually you should call and talk to a Dean over the Finance Dept.

    Other words of wisdom- limit your time and money spent.

  2. Tom Z says:

    Depending upon where you work The aims of financial regulators are usually:

    To prevent cases of market manipulation, such as insider trading
    To ensure competence of providers of financial services
    To protect clients, and investigate complaints
    To maintain confidence in the financial system
    To reduce violations under laws

    You would seek employment with organizations such as:

    U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
    Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
    Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
    Federal Reserve System (“Fed”)
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
    Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)
    National Credit Union Administration (NCUA)
    Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS)

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