Goldman Sachs tops list of firms that met CFTC

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The passing of the Dodd-Frank Act by the US Congress last July may have heralded the end of roughly 12 months of back and forth on Capitol Hill, but it marked the start of a frantic year of in-depth rule-making by US regulators. For market participants, it also opened a small window of opportunity to sway opinion and influence how the rules are drawn up.

All in all, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) – which, along with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has been charged

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