US regulators step up enforcement of Dodd-Frank swap rules

Recent words and actions indicate a stricter line on registration and reporting failures


US markets watchdogs are stepping up their enforcement of Dodd-Frank era swap rules that require dealers and trading venues to register for regulation.

Christine Ryall, chief trial attorney at the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, said clamping down on unregistered swap activities is “always a priority” for the agency, and that enforcement actions will “continue as those cases come in”.

Ryall was speaking on a panel at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association’s Annual Legal

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