Washington, DC — The U.S.

Overall volume for cleared swaps in June was higher than any other month since the beginning of mandatory SEF trading.
Acting Chairman Mark Wetjen announces three actions to protect liquidity for certain end-users, further consider certain hedging practices, and promote trading on SEFs and DCMs
FIA developed this report to provide the public with a better understanding of these new venues for the trading of over-the-counter derivatives
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Today, pursuant to the Path Forward agreement with the European Union, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) issued a no-action letter permitting U.S. derivatives trading on European trading platforms that are not registered with the U.S. as SEFs.
CFTC Acting Chairman Mark Wetjen and European Commissioner Michel Barnier announce continued progress regarding European Trading Platforms under July 2013’s Path Forward Statement.
CFTC Announces Measures to Promote Trading on Swap Execution Facilities and Support an Orderly Transition to Mandatory Trading