Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) chairman Reuben
Jeffrey last week reasserted the agency's focus on the system
of self-regulation for exchanges, highlighting concerns that
their status as self-regulatory organisations (SROs) could be
affected by the move to for-profit and publicly listed
He insisted, "One of my main priorities as chairman? is to
complete our on-going work to reassess the state of
self-regulation in the futures industry."
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