Hurricane Sandy Commodities Futures Trading Commission

Hurrican Sandy was a highly destructive storm system that ravaged parts of the Caribbean and Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States in October of 2012. The storm was responsible for over 100 deaths and... more +
Hurrican Sandy was a highly destructive storm system that ravaged parts of the Caribbean and Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States in October of 2012. The storm was responsible for over 100 deaths and billions of dollars worth of  damage.  less -
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SEC, CFTC and FINRA Issue Joint Advisory on Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning

On August 16, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Division of Swap...more

Regulators Issue Joint Guidance on Business Continuity Planning

Last Friday, the SEC, FINRA and CFTC issued joint guidance (Joint Guidance) on the "best practices and lessons learned" from their review of the business continuity and disaster recovery plans of firms as a result of the...more

Hurricane Sandy Redux: Agencies Recommend Business Continuity Planning

As hurricane season approaches, the securities and commodities industries’ principal regulators are effectively encouraging firms to do the equivalent of putting up storm shutters, stocking up on batteries and bottled water,...more

How’s Your BCP?

Last week, staff at the SEC, CFTC, and FINRA drew some lessons from Hurricane Sandy and warned broker-dealers and other firms to take steps to prepare themselves for natural disasters that could disrupt their operations....more

2013 Mutual Funds and Investment Management Conference

In this presentation: - General Counsel’s Address - Keynote Address - General Session — It’s a Small World After All: How Non-U.S. Regulators Affect Your Business - General Session — Closer to...more

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