The US futures watchdog is keen for asset managers as well as banks to use Sefs
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) hopes to
encourage investors to use swap execution facilities (Sefs) and
designated contract markets (DCMs) through a new no-action
In order to incentivise trading by money managers and mutual
funds, the US regulator has issued relief to end users
regarding compliance with certain recordkeeping provisions to
members not registered with the CFTC.
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