CFTC Publishes Twelfth Series of Dodd-Frank Rules


The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has published its twelfth series of proposed rules under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act as well as a proposed interpretive order to give effect to the Dodd-Frank Act provisions relating to "disruptive" trading practices. The proposals relate to technical amendments to regulations governing commodity pool operator (CPO) and commodity trading advisor (CTA) registration; requirements for processing, clearing and transferring customer positions; and the intermediary registration requirements as they relate to swap dealers, major swap participants (MSPs) and swap execution facilities (SEFs).

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