IBFed Response on Derivatives Reform: Cross Border Regulatory and Recognition Issues Between US & EU

23 Apr 2015

IBFed supports efforts of the United States (US) and European Union (EU) to regulate derivatives markets consistent with the G20’s goals of containing systemic risks and increasing the transparency of transactions in the global financial markets. We commend the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and European Commission (EC) for establishing their respective regulatory frameworks for derivatives activity and for ongoing, good-faith efforts to reach mutual recognition of derivatives reform. We further appreciate the challenges and complexities of coordinating derivatives regulation across borders, which are driven by particular statutory mandates and national and regional policy objectives.

Final FMWG Letter to EU US on Derivatives Reform
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