CFTC delay came ten days after Europe delayed a decision by six months
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission
has extended to the end of next year a waiver that exempts
CFTC-regulated non-US banks from certain US regulatory
requirements, marking the latest sign of improving relations
between international policy-makers.
The CFTC said in a statement it has issued
a no-action relief letter that exempts Australian, Canadian,
Europe, Japanese and Swiss swap dealers from certain swap data
reporting requirements when trading with other non-US firms
until December 1 2015.
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