Giancarlo admits he may not finish Sef rules

CFTC chairman says his successor may have to finish regulation

Chris Giancarlo - CFTC
The proposed reforms were considered a key measure of Giancarlo’s tenure

The chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has conceded that his attempt to reform rules governing swap execution in the US may not be finished during his tenure.

It would be “hard” to get the rules done quickly and the likelihood of a large number of comment letters on the proposal could slow down the rule process, Christopher Giancarlo said during a press briefing at the Futures Industry Association conference in Boca Raton, Florida, on March 13. The proposal, first

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