CFTC may need to 'step in' to end MAT drought - Reinhart

Isda AGM: no new products added to Sef mandate list in 13 months

MAT drought: Sef mandate has not expanded in 13 months

The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) may need to take "a greater role" in extending the list of swaps required to trade on new platforms, one of its commissioner's top staffers has warned - a response to a 13-month drought in requests from the swap execution facilities (Sefs) themselves.

The comments about what is known as the made-available-to-trade (MAT) process came during a panel discussion at the annual meeting of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association in Montreal

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