Bill to rein in CFTC's Sef proposals runs into trouble

The voice of reason?


Plenty of people have been willing to accuse the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) of going too far when interpreting its responsibilities under the Dodd-Frank Act – but it carries more weight when that person is Barney Frank.

Speaking to Risk, the ranking Democrat member of the House Financial Services Committee – who, along with former senator, Chris Dodd, gave his name to the act – says the CFTC was wrong to propose that users of swap execution facilities (Sefs) should be compell

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