The CFTC withdrew its original proposal and newly proposed to allow an FCM, subject to certain conditions, to treat separate accounts of a single beneficial owner as if they were owned by different persons, for purposes of margin withdrawals from the separate accounts.
The CFTC proposed amendments to rules that impose minimum capital requirements and financial reporting obligations on swap dealers and major swap participants.
The CFTC proposed a rule to require that futures commission merchants and swap dealers establish and maintain an "operational resilience framework" focusing on three components: information and technology security, third-party relationships and disruptions to standard business operations.
NFA notified futures commission merchants and introducing brokers of the Financial Action Task Force's adoption of a report on crowdfunding techniques used by terrorist groups to raise money for attacks.
A futures commission merchant settled charges with the National Futures Association for failing to maintain communications records and for failing to protect customer information.