US agency and its European peer are still working on clearing equivalence
US regulator the Commodity Futures Trading
Commission has started a review of its own plan to reduce in
2017 the threshold at which firms must register with the CFTC
as a swap dealer.
CFTC chairman Timothy Massad told the
Energy Risk Summit USA his agency has started work to review
the plan to reduce in December 2017 the threshold for
registration to $3 billion from the current level of $8
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