In this issue:

- Delaware Court of Chancery Upholds Forum Selection Provisions in Bylaws

- CFTC Issues No-Action Letters

- Portfolio Reconciliation and Swap Trading Relationship Documentation Requirements for SDs and MSPs

- Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Madoff Trustee’s Common Law Claims

- District Court Dismisses Class Action Suit Under FTCA Against SEC

- Federal Reserve Proposes to Collect Additional Data Every Day on Fed Funds, Eurodollars and CDs from Larger Banks

- Federal Reserve to Vote on Final Capital Rules

- Defense of Marriage Act Ruling Has Multiple Effects on Benefit Plans

- FCA Publishes Final AIFMD Rules

- Excerpt from: Federal Reserve Proposes to Collect Additional Data Every Day on Fed Funds, Eurodollars and CDs from Larger Banks:

The Federal Reserve proposes to implement the mandatory Report of Selected Money Market Rates (FR 2420). The FR 2420 would be a transaction-based report that collects liability data on federal funds, Eurodollar transactions and certificates of deposits (CDs) each and every day from domestically chartered commercial banks and thrifts that have $26 billion or more in total assets and from US branches and agencies of foreign banks with total third-party assets of $900 million or more.

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