CFTC parks Sef name give-up issue

"For the time being, we're not taking any action," says CFTC chairman Timothy Massad

CFTC chairman Timothy Massad

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) won't be tackling buy-side complaints about the practice of disclosing counterparty identities post-trade at swap execution facilities (Sefs) any time soon, according to its chairman.

In his keynote address to industry conference Sefcon in New York yesterday (October 26), CFTC chairman Timothy Massad said that while there had been a number of discussions within the regulator since concerns about the practice was first raised, the CFTC has no plans

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