US regulator plans to specify the requirements of swaps data reports
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has vowed to
beef up its swaps reporting rules by outlining proposals
granting swap data repositories (SDRs) additional powers to
ensure the accuracy of submitted data.
Speaking at the FIA Expo conference in Chicago on Wednesday,
CFTC chair Timothy Massad, said the regulator was aiming to
release a number of proposals next year including empowering
SDRs to validate the completeness and accuracy of reported
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