Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) commissioner Bart
Chilton has said that his agency and Securities Exchange
Commission should continue to remain separate.
Chilton, sworn in as a commissioner in August and speaking in
New York on 15 November, tackled the Treasury Departments
request last month for comment on a possible tie up of
regulatory agencies saying a merger would be a grave
mistake, would not result in the putative efficiencies espoused
by its proponents, and would do nothing in the way of improving
the competitiveness of US markets.
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