CFTC Rules Affecting Non-US Exchange Access to US Customers

CFTC Rules Affecting Non-US Exchange Access to US Customers

Speaking Engagement
This FIA webinar is an interactive online discussion of pending regulatory changes that will affect non-US exchanges seeking direct market access to customers in the US. Under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, all foreign boards of trade will be required to register with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) if they intend to offer access directly to customers located in the US. In November 2010, the CFTC issued proposed rules to implement this new requirement and set a deadline of January 18, 2011 for comments.

At this event, WilmerHale partner Paul Architzel described the proposed rules, discussed their implications for non-US exchanges and answered questions from participants. Click here to view this recorded webinar.

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