Pursuant to the no-action letter, a CPO of an RIC that uses a wholly owned CFC to trade commodity interests would not be required to separately report to National Futures Association under CFTC Regulations 4.22(c) and 4.27(c) for such CFC, but rather would be permitted to file consolidated information for the RIC and its CFC(s). To obtain such relief, among other requirements, the CPO of the CFC must also be the CPO of the RIC, and must file a claim of relief with the DSIO via electronic mail pursuant to the instructions set out in the no-action letter.  

CFTC Letter No. 13-51 is available here.