Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - April 27, 2012


In this issue:

- SEC Issues Exemptions from Large Trader Reporting Rule

- CBOE – New Order Origin Code for FLEX Options

- Absence of Contract Bars Investment Advisers Act Claim by Private Plaintiff

- District Court Considers Defendants’ Challenge to SEC’s Motion for Final Judgment

- SEC Staff Issues Observations on MD&A and Accounting Policy Disclosures of Smaller Financial Institutions

An excerpt from "CBOE – New Order Origin Code for FLEX Options"

The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) has begun to transition the electronic trading capabilities of its existing FLEX options trading system (CFLEX 1.0) to its CBOEdirect trade engine. CBOE is effecting this transition by rolling out CFLEX 2.0. CBOE will initially make two classes of FLEX options available for trading on CFLEX 2.0 – the SPX and SPY. These two classes moved to CFLEX 2.0 on April 24. Additional classes will begin moving from CFLEX 1.0 to CFLEX 2.0 over the next one to three weeks.

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