Regulation has been controversial since it was proposed by CFTC in November
Trade body the Futures Industry
Association has added its voice to the growing industry
opposition to proposed US rules aimed at electronic trading,
arguing the new risk controls should apply to all electronic
In a committee meeting examining the
Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC)
proposed regulation for automated trading, a representative
from the FIA criticised the regulator’s definition
of automated trading entities under the Regulation Automated
Trader (Reg AT) reforms.
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