Giancarlo said the CFTC has failed address the underlying problems with rules
Christopher Giancarlo of US markets regulator the Commodity
Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has slammed his colleagues
for failing to address the underlying problems with the US swap
trading rules and to implement changes he proposed six-months
The attack came as
Giancarlo on Tuesday issued a six-month progress report on the
CFTC’s swap trading rules.
He said that in the
six-months since he issued a white paper on the rules the CFTC
had made "some small efforts to improve the rules," but these
had fallen short of addressing the underlying problems with the
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