CFTC: O'Malia on a mission to fix Dodd-Frank flaws

Scott O'Malia

If the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) was a firm of architects, its Dodd-Frank Act rule-makings were a vast new skyscraper, and its record of 41 of 68 rules finalised was more or less equivalent to having completed about two-thirds of a project that was badly behind schedule, Scott O’Malia would be the guy telling anyone who would listen that the firm needed to go back and fix big, structural weaknesses in floors that had been finished months ago.

And if all those things were the

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