In a time-limited relief letter issued last week, the CFTC recognises concerns expressed by agency firms over the implications of the external business conduct rules
Tradeweb and other would-be Sefs say they have been given too much power to decide which swaps are mandated to trade on platforms
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FIO must not become an insurance regulator, says NAIC chief
Alberta securities regulator acknowledges proposals on derivatives dealer registration have alarmed energy firms
Updated OTC derivatives rules satisfy concerns of energy traders, but inconsistencies with Dodd-Frank remain
Agency desks warn they could be driven out of the market as a result of business conduct rules
Commissioner says lowering futures block trade thresholds skirts the intent of Dodd-Frank
CFTC commissioner warns lack of clear rules is "a major problem, nearly a crisis"
Buy-side must prepare to meet their FX reporting obligations in Europe, which will be more challenging than in the US, webinar participants warn
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
Division of financial supervision among US agencies is impeding Dodd-Frank reforms, says ex-Fed chairman
Commodity businesses must have broad client base to absorb increased regulatory costs, says JP Morgan commodities head
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