Giancarlo slammed call not to exempt trade options from position limit rules
The Commodity Futures
Trading Commission (CFTC) on Thursday proposed new rules to
reduce the reporting requirements on commercial end-users
relying on trade options to hedge risk.
The proposed rules will
reduce reporting and record-keeping requirements for trade
option counterparties that are neither swap dealers nor major
swap participants, including commercial end-users that transact
in trade options in connection with their
Under the Dodd-Frank
Act, certain commodity options were subjected to the similar
regulations as swaps.
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