Rohit Chopra is the former assistant director of CFPB and currently a commissioner on the Federal Trade Commission. He is also a consumer advocate based in America. Rohit is also the author of three books.
Chopra’s book, The Virtual Hindu Rashtra: Saffron Nationalism and New Media which released in 2019, Inter-religious Marriages Among Muslims: Negotiating Religious and Social Identity in Family and Community was released in 2005. His book Technology and Nationalism in India: Cultural Negotiations from Colonialism to Cyberspace was released in 2008.
Rohit Chopra’s Wikipedia And CFBP
Rohit Chopra has a Wikipedia page, where details about his career are present. Rohit has been involved to reform the student loan system in the USA. Chopra served at Federal Trade Commission, as their commissioner from May 2, 2018, under President Donald Trump.
In 2011, he helped launch the CFPB and served as the assistant director. President-elect Joe Biden is planning to nominate Rohit to serve at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as the director, where he is expected to lead consumer protection agency under President Biden, reports Wall Street Journal.
What Is The Net Worth Of Rohit Chopra?
The salary details along with the earning and net worth of Rohit Chopra is yet to be disclosed. Rohit Chopra worked for McKinsey & Company, which is a global management consultancy before he entered the government.
Chopra worked to launch the Financial Protection Bureau, after the 2008 financial crisis in the USA, and he served as the “Student Loan Pointman” after its launch. Rohit released a report in 2017, that showed that more than 1 million Americans backed out on student loan in 2016 alone, reports MarketWatch.
Rohit Chopra’s Wife And Everything On His Family
Rohit Chopra has yet to reveal any details about his family, background, and personal life. Rohit Chopra’s ethnicity is Indian-American, and he is currently based in the United States of America. Chopra has not disclosed any details about his wife or children.
Rohit went to Harvard University for his undergraduate degree. He completed his MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.