The CFTC Division of Clearing and Risk granted Taiwan Futures Exchange's request for no-action relief from the requirement to register as a derivatives clearing organization.
The CFTC's Division of Clearing and Risk extended no-action relief from DCO registration to a Chinese clearing house, for purposes of clearing swaps of proprietary accounts of their clearing members and affiliates.
CFTC Commissioner Dawn D. Stump urged greater cross-border collaboration in order to operate and build a more resilient clearing system.
The CFTC published in the Federal Register a final rule that establishes a framework for granting derivatives clearing organization registration exemptions to non-U.S. clearing organizations under certain conditions. The final rules go into effect on February 8, 2021.