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Approaching Ambiguities in the Financial Entity Definition

The third installment of our ongoing series on the 2014 CFTC Reauthorization Act covers a potential change to the definition of a "financial entity", which has been a particularly troublesome and confusing definition for end-users, and the banks that enter into swaps with them. In addition, the CFTC may be able to address the confusion through its rule making and interpretations, without the need for a legislative change.… Continue Reading

Attention Mutual Funds–Potential Relief for CPO and CTA Regulation in the 2014 CFTC Reauthorization Act

As the second part of our ongoing series on the 2014 CFTC Reauthorization Act, we wanted to highlight what could become important relief for mutual funds and their investment advisers with respect to registration as commodity pool operators or commodity trading advisers.… Continue Reading
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