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Date de publication: 4 oct. 2011
Auteur: Y.B.
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La Commodity Futures Trading Commission a publié le discours de son Président, Gary Gensler, sur le thème du marché des swap.

Introduction :

Good morning. I thank the Wholesale Markets Brokers’ Association for inviting me to speak today at your second Swap Execution Facility Conference. I also thank Shawn Bernardo for that kind introduction.

I’d like to start by taking a moment to talk about what we’ve been up to at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) since I spoke with you at your inaugural conference last year.

Since then, the CFTC has substantially completed the proposal phase of the rule-writing process required by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. We held 19 public meetings to issue more than 50 proposed rules – on issues including transparency, clearing and regulating swap dealers.

The CFTC has benefited from significant public input throughout this process. We have received more than 25,000 comment letters. CFTC staff and Commissioners have met more than 1,000 times with members of the public to discuss the rules. We have conducted 14 public roundtables on Dodd-Frank.

This summer, the agency turned the corner and began finalizing rules to make the swaps marketplace more open and transparent for participants and safer for taxpayers. To date, we have finalized 15 rules, and we have a full schedule of public meetings this fall and into next year.

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