La Commodity Futures Trading Commission a publié un communiqué de presse dans lequel elle annonce qu'elle a approuvé pour publication dans le Federal Register les nouvelles règles d'identification des intervenants sur le marché des swap et des futures.
Ces règles ont pour but d'améliorer et d'automatiser les transactions grâce notamment à une identification électronique plus sécurisée.
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has approved for publication in the Federal Register proposed rules and related forms to enhance its identification of participants in Commission-regulated futures and swaps markets. The proposed rules would enhance and automate the Commission’s existing position and transaction reporting programs by requiring the electronic submission of expanded trader identification and market participant data.
In addition, the proposed rules would strengthen the Commission’s existing trade practice and market surveillance programs for futures and options on futures, and facilitate surveillance programs for swaps. In the aggregate, the proposed rules would help the Commission to better deter and prevent market manipulation; deter and detect abusive or disruptive trading practices; and better perform risk-based monitoring and surveillance between related accounts. The proposed rules would also significantly enhance the Commission’s ability to identify participants in the derivatives markets and to understand relationships between trading accounts, special accounts, reportable positions, and market activity.
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