Guidance and Policy Statement Regulations on Cross Border Swaps Released

Guidance and Policy Statement Regulations on Cross Border Swaps Released

Following the vote on guidance and regulation on Friday, the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) released the manuscript of the guidelines regarding cross border swaps today, July 16th 2013.

Cross border swaps have become a hot issue in the CFTC for some time now, but was resolved following last Friday’s vote, which passed the new regulations as well as a 75 day guidance period. As of 6 pm, July 16th 2013, the manuscript has not been published to the Federal Registry.

The full document, which is about three hundred pages long, can be found on the CFTC website.

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Felix Shipkevich

Felix Shipkevich

Mr. Shipkevich’s practice focuses on regulatory, transactional, and enforcement matters in the fields of futures, commodities, and derivatives. He works with Futures Commission Merchants (FCMs), Retail Forex Exchange Dealers (RFEDs), Introducing Brokers (IBs), Commodity Pool Operators (CPOs), Commodity Trading Advisors (CTAs), Swap Dealers (SDs), Swap Execution Facilities (SEFs), and domestic and offshore hedge funds. Mr. Shipkevich guides clients on procedures related to registration with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the National Futures Association (NFA), as well as domestic and international regulators in local jurisdictions. Mr. Shipkevich prepares and helps implement compliance, anti-money laundering (AML), and Electronic Trading Systems (ETS) procedures for clients in the commodities and derivatives fields.

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