Rules increase scrutiny on foreign firms conducting swaps through US divisions
The Securities and
Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed on Wednesday new rules to
increase scrutiny on foreign firms trading swaps through US
The proposed rules
require non-US firms using personnel located in the US to
arrange, negotiate or execute swaps with other non-US firms to
include those transactions in determining whether it is
required to register as a security-based swap
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