Goldman Sachs the most frequent visitor to CFTC to discuss Dodd-Frank


The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has met Goldman Sachs more than any other financial institution during the course of its Dodd-Frank Act rule-making process, analysis by Risk has discovered.

The supervisor met representatives from Goldman Sachs on at least 49 occasions between July 26 last year and May 26 to discuss various aspects of the Dodd-Frank legislation.

Twenty-six of those meetings were held jointly with other financial institutions. But the firm met with CFTC

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