The US regulator said harmonising its rules with the Europeans is a priority
The US Commodity Futures Trading
Commission (CFTC) is ramping up efforts to achieve
international harmonisation of swap trading rules and clearing
house stress testing standards after naming them as priorities
In a speech to ABA Derivatives and Futures
Law Committee on Friday, CFTC chair Timothy Massad said the
Commission was pursuing a number of initiatives in early 2016
aimed at harmonising with European regulators clearing house
stress testing standards as well as swap trading rules.
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