Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
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Costs and benefits of proposals were not properly studied, according to CFTC commissioner Jill Sommers - a failing that could expose its rules to legal challenges, lawyers warn
Supervisor will publish its own Volcker rule for consultation – although little progress has been made so far, says CFTC commissioner
ECB invokes US legal amendment providing it with broad immunities and says it might stop using US dealers unless granted exemptions from Dodd-Frank Act rules
CFTC says 38 FCMs would be able to act as OTC clearing members under $50 million capital limit - but dealers fear it will weaken CCPs, and call for tough membership rules to redress the balance
"The pursuit by industry of legitimate and appropriate risk management is now made unduly onerous," says CFTC commissioner Scott O'Malia
CFTC chairman says European regulators should expand scope of Emir to include all derivatives, rather than OTC only
US regulators enlist Department of Energy computing power to analyse metric that aims to predict catastrophic market events
A Michigan-based investment club manager has pleaded guilty to fraud after losing $40 million invested by more than 750 clients
US CFTC charges investment adviser with $3 million fraud
Putting a stop to prop
The recommendations of global regulators to harmonise commodity derivatives regulation have received praise from brokers for not trying to divide 'speculation' from 'hedging'
The confidentiality of energy trading data provided to regulators for market monitoring purposes continues to concern market players and regulators alike, after August leak by senator Sanders
CFTC commissioner says agency received a wake-up call when one SEC rule was booted out by the US appeals court
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