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Bart Chilton, a former regulator known for his blunt criticism of Wall Street, is joining the law and lobby shop DLA Piper...He will serve as a senior policy adviser in the global firm's Washington office, reuniting with former Sen. Tom Daschle (D-S.
A group of small brokerages and large commodities companies convinced lawmakers to tweak a rule that they say would have made derivatives trading more expensive for them and sent more business to Wall Street banks that already dominate the market.
The agency became one of the most prolific reformers of Wall Street after the financial crisis under its previous Chairman Gary Gensler, who was frequently criticized for his hard-nosed style and sometimes-hasty adoption of new rules...The rulemaking
Commodity Futures Trading Commission is investigating high-frequency traders to see if they were breaching the derivatives regulator's rules, its chief said on Thursday. "Staff (is) responding to concerns brought to us about certain practices,
Market operators' failure to cooperate to provide the Commodity Futures Trading Commission with adequate data is preventing the regulator from effectively monitoring the global swaps market, according to sources familiar with the matter...The data is
Tera Group Inc. has a financial template ready to go for the buying and selling of swaps linked to Bitcoin , but still needs regulators to sign off on it. Summit, N.J.-based Tera Group may be cooling its heels for a while, as Bitcoin regulation is
More than two dozen federal officials who helped enact new rules for Wall Street have decamped from government for lucrative jobs in the private sector. Many of the officials who were foot soldiers in the Dodd-Frank effort have moved on to law firms,
Fla.-The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is expected to delay planned overseas derivatives trading restrictions relating to a continuing effort to harmonize domestic and international rules. U.S. derivatives regulator, is likely to put off
Clearing agencies offer important back-office functions in the marketplace, standing between trading partners to ensure money is properly transferred and serving as a vital backstop in case a brokerage defaults and cannot pay up. The proposal would
When President Barack Obama's choice to head an agency that oversees some of the riskiest corners of the financial world faces senators Thursday, one question could dominate: Will he be as aggressive as his predecessor in holding big Wall Street