Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
With Dodd-Frank reporting and record-keeping rules set to come into effect on April 10, energy companies worry they won’t be ready in time
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With the end of the agency's marathon Dodd-Frank Act rulemaking in sight, CFTC commissioner Scott O'Malia wants to go back and fix what he sees as mistakes. By Peter Madigan
A large number of offshore funds could be classified as US persons once a CFTC exemption expires in July, subjecting them to Dodd-Frank transaction-level rules
A court decides the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission overstepped its authority in trying to prosecute manipulation in natural gas futures - a ruling with implications for other cases
Mid-April next window for vote, but no reason for optimism, says CFTC commissioner
Forthcoming Sef rules will not address margin concerns raised by Bloomberg
Futurisation sparks struggle between exchanges and Sefs. Bloomberg fears "irreversible harm"
A difference in margin approach between swaps and futures may mean the latter are not assessed on their level of riskiness
Only registrants to date are MBIA and Cournot Financial Products – firms that have not traded derivatives since 2008
Preparations are "running very smoothly" says CFTC chairman, ahead of first clearing deadline
Rule 1001 would route trades cleared at CME exclusively into its swap data repository. The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation claims the rule is a ruse to skirt Commodity Futures Trading Commis...
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