An Update on SEF, IDB and Swap Regulation from Chris Ferreri of ICAP

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Chris Ferreri is a managing director at ICAP North America, where he oversees ICAP ETC, the company’s hybrid brokered OTC solution. He was the first chairman of the Wholesale Markets Brokers’ Association Americas Inc. (WMBA Americas), and served again as chairman in 2012.

Ferreri spoke with John Lothian News Editor-at-Large Doug Ashburn at the Futures Industry Association Boca 2013 conference about the CFTC’s delay in finalizing rules on swap See more +

Chris Ferreri is a managing director at ICAP North America, where he oversees ICAP ETC, the company’s hybrid brokered OTC solution. He was the first chairman of the Wholesale Markets Brokers’ Association Americas Inc. (WMBA Americas), and served again as chairman in 2012.

Ferreri spoke with John Lothian News Editor-at-Large Doug Ashburn at the Futures Industry Association Boca 2013 conference about the CFTC’s delay in finalizing rules on swap execution facilities (SEFs), the futurization of swaps, and the future of inter-dealer brokerage. Ferreri stresses the need for voice broking services alongside electronic order books, and reminds that the migration from voice to electronic platforms is not seamless among asset classes. He also requests regulatory consistency among modes of execution. Finally, Ferreri discusses the history of innovation among IDBs and suggests that, after a period of transition to the new regulatory regime, the industry will continue to innovate and evolve. See less -

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Topics:  Audits, CFTC, Dodd-Frank, Futures, SEFs, Swap Dealers, Swaps

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