The US options exchange is in talks over shifting its regulator
CBOE Holdings, which operates the Chicago Board
Options Exchange (CBOE), is in talks to outsource its oversight
duties to Wall Street’s self-funded body, the
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra).
The company said in a statement negotiations are
ongoing but, if terms are agreed, the independent agency will
provide certain regulatory services to the CBOE and C2 options
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