NFA notified members that it would not pursue disciplinary actions if a firm allows associated persons to temporarily work from home under business contingency plans, provided that the firm institutes adequate supervisory methods and meets its recordkeeping requirements.
A broker-dealer settled FINRA charges for the firm's failure to fulfill its supervisory and inspection requirements, including oversight of electronic communications, outside business activities, and the firm's branch offices.
MSRB published investor education materials on mark-up and mark-down disclosures in municipal securities trade confirmations. The materials provide additional guidance for complying with new rules scheduled to take effect May 14, 2018.
The CFTC Divisions of Market Oversight and Clearing and Risk extended no-action relief allowing swap execution facilities and designated contract markets to continue correcting trades that were rejected for clearing due to operational and clerical errors.