Rambod Behboodi has extensive experience in international trade law and policy. As trade litigator, he has advised on and argued NAFTA and WTO cases. As trade diplomat, he served on postings to the WTO and the European Commission in Geneva and Brussels. Throughout his career, he has been involved in trade negotiations, advice on WTO-consistency of domestic policy, and on the implementation of trade agreements. Rambod also has considerable depth in financial services regulation and trade. He was General Counsel at Canada’s Finance Ministry during the Financial Crisis, and has delivered numerous papers and presentations on FinTech and cryptocurrency regulation. Before returning to Geneva in 2016, he was named the Canadian Competition Bureau’s first Deputy Commissioner for Competition Promotion and established the branch.