Extraterritoriality: US person definition doubt


In a regulatory framework that puts so much importance on who is or is not a ‘US person’, it would be easy to assume regulators would have long ago hammered down a clear definition of the term. Not so. Parts of the Dodd-Frank Act are already in effect, and a central tenet of the legislation – mandatory central clearing – began for certain counterparties on March 11. But derivatives users are no closer to knowing for sure who or what will be labelled as a US person. In fact, the Commodity Futures

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