CFTC considers disruptive trading practices

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) held its twelfth open meeting to propose new rules under Dodd-Frank. Five rules were proposed. Among the rules discussed were disruptive trading practices, recordkeeping and reporting rules for pre-enacted swaps, and registration of intermediaries. Below are the fact sheets released by the CFTC on the proposed rules.

Amendments to regulations applicable to CPOs and CTAs Fact Sheet

Amendments to regulations applicable to CPOs and CTAs Q&A

Disruptive trading practices Fact Sheet

Disruptive trading practices Q&A

Pre-enactment and transition recordkeeping and reporting Fact Sheet

Pre-enactment and transition recordkeeping and reporting Q&A

Processing, clearing and transfer of customer positions Fact Sheet

Processing, clearing and transfer of customer positions Q&A

Registration of intermediaries Fact Sheet

Registration of intermediaries Q&A

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