On April 8, the Market Participants Division (MPD), Division of Clearing and Risk (DCR), Division of Data (DOD) and Division of Market Oversight (DMO) of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission jointly issued no-action relief, effective immediately, to maintain the regulatory status quo for swap dealers (SD) following the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the

On April 14, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Market Participants Division (MPD) and Division of Market Oversight (DMO) jointly issued CFTC Staff Letter 21-10 to extend, for a limited time, parts of the temporary no-action relief granted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which expired on April 15.
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On April 13, the National Futures Association (NFA) issued Notice I-21-15 advising members firms that new NFA Compliance Rule 2-50 and its related Interpretive Notice become effective June 30. (The proposal of the new rule and Interpretive Notice was discussed in the March 12, 2021 edition of Corporate & Financial Weekly Digest.)
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