Frustrated by inaction at the CFTC, public utilities champion new law on Dodd-Frank special entities threshold
Supervisors respond to buy-side fears of multiple regulatory masters
Prime brokers have had to cancel four-way agreements for trades involving two buy-side firms, on the basis that a no-action letter issued by the CFTC on April 30 did not cover this type of business
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Division of financial supervision among US agencies is impeding Dodd-Frank reforms, says ex-Fed chairman
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CFTC commissioner warns about agency's "data dilemma" in exclusive video interview
Since it was signed into law three years ago, banks and lawyers have been expecting a fix to the Dodd-Frank Act’s swaps push-out rule. But with six weeks until it comes into effect, expectation is turning to hope – and banks are warning they may not...
CME chief accuses regulator of overreaching, as line-up of industry figures attacks Dodd-Frank rules
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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