Asian firms not likely to be compliant with cross-border Dodd-Frank on July 12


US banks in Asia have for the most part not established Dodd-Frank protocol adherence with Asian counterparties in the run-up to the expiry of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) exemptive order for cross-border application of Dodd-Frank on July 12, according to market participants.

Currently, subsidiaries of US firms are not classed as ‘US persons’ under the temporary definition provided by the CFTC in the exemptive order issued in December last year. As such, there would be no

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