In this issue:
- Delaware Fee-Shifting Legislation Delayed
- SEC Orders Securities Exchanges and FINRA to Develop Tick Size Pilot Plan
- CFTC Extends Relief to FCMs from Certain Commingling Requirements
- NFA Proposes Interpretive Notice Prohibiting the Use of Credit Cards to Fund Retail Forex or Futures Trading Accounts
- Supreme Court Decides Halliburton Co. v. Erica P. John Fund, Inc.
- Texas Supreme Court Denies Minority Shareholder’s Oppression Claims
- FFIEC Debuts Web Page on Cybersecurity
- Excerpt from CFTC Extends Relief to FCMs from Certain Commingling Requirements:
On June 25, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Division of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight (DSIO) extended to October 31 the relief previously granted in CFTC No-Action Letters Nos. 14-02 and 14-45.
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Topics: CFTC, FCMs, Fee-Shifting Statutes, FINRA, Fraud-on-the-Market, Halliburton v Erica P. John Fund, NFA, No-Action Letters, SCOTUS, SEC, Securities, Securities Fraud, Shareholder Litigation, Shareholders, Swap Dealers, Swaps
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