CFTC Grants Exemption from Foreign Futures and Options Regulations to Member Firms Designated by Bursa Malaysia


The Commodity Futures Trading Commission, acting pursuant to CFTC Regulation 30.10, has granted an exemption from certain of the CFTC’s foreign futures and options regulations to firms designated by Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad (Bursa Derivatives) who offer and sell foreign futures and options on futures contracts to customers located in the United States.

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