Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
Crop of the props
Banks considering a variety of measures to identify proprietary trading and so meet the requirements of the Volcker rule, but none is foolproof, say dealers
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More guidance is needed from the CFTC on the definition of a swap, according to Ferc and other industry associations concerned about regulatory overlap
World Bank believes imposition of national regulations on multilateral development institutions is unprecedented intrusion on the internal operations of international organisations
Some lawyers claim the CFTC and SEC may not have power to delay enforcement of the Dodd-Frank Act – a grey area that could lead to disputes
CFTC charges Austin man with defrauding investors in a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme
Rise of the machines
Attorneys criticise the division of regulation and the lack of detail on mixed swaps
Commissioners argue open access is necessary, but might consider raising the $50 million minimum for CCP membership at the end of the consultation period
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