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Derivatives Reform Three Years after Dodd-Frank: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

After months of delay, U.S. derivatives reform finally moved from back-burner status last week, when the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) approved regulations aimed at forcing derivatives trading — and depending on the source, either a major culprit of or contributor to the financial crisis — out of the shadows. This means that many types of previously unregulated derivatives will now have to trade on open platforms. Read more

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What Is the Future of Financial Exchanges? (Video)

“While exchanges have a responsibility to provide fair and equal access to all market participants without violating public interest responsibility, they are dependent on a responsible financial ecosystem of lawyers, consultants, advisers, accountants, and managers of listed companies to avoid fraud by listed companies,” TMX Group CEO Thomas Kloet said recently at a program on “The Future of Exchanges.” Read more

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