In this issue:

- SEC and CFTC Adopt Joint Rules to Help Protect Investors from Identity Theft

- CME Block Trade Advisories Clarify Nonpublic Information Restrictions

- CFTC Staff Issues No-Action Letters

- CFTC Issues Proposed Rule to Clarify Responsibilities of Clerical Employees of SDs and MSPs

- ICE Clear Europe Authorized to Portfolio Margin Swaps and Security-Based Swaps

- Second Circuit Bars Criminal Defendant from Accessing Assets Frozen by Regulators

- Excerpt from: Second Circuit Bars Criminal Defendant from Accessing Assets Frozen by Regulators:

The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently upheld a district court’s refusal to release nearly $4 million in assets frozen by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission to help a defendant fund his criminal defense.

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