Tim Massad said the CFTC was working on a number of key regulatory initiatives
The chairman of the Commodity Futures
Trading Commission has expressed his "disappointment" at
Europe’s decision to postpone its rules for margin
on uncleared swaps as he outlined a busy agenda for the
remainder of the year.
Tim Massad, chair of the US futures
regulator, told the annual meeting of the Sifma US trade body
his agency was working on many regulatory initiatives and
looking to move ahead on various fronts before the end of this
Massad identified clearing house recovery
and resolution, margin for uncleared swaps, the threshold for
swaps dealers, cross-border swaps rules, Regulation Automated
Trader and changes to the swap execution facility regime as key
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