US regulator has extended its no-action relief for CTAs record voice records
The US Commodity Futures Trading
Commission (CFTC) moved on Tuesday to ease record keeping
burdens for commodity trading advisors (CTAs) by extending
no-action relief from requirements to record oral
The relief means that hedge funds
registered as CTA with the CFTC are not required to record oral
communications or link records of oral and written
communications that lead to the execution of a transaction with
any particular transaction.
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