The CFTC will now deal with another court case that could bring into question the regulatory terrain shared between the CFTC and SEC.
Could the CFTC and the SEC ever merge? The prevailing logic is no: the appropriations committees in Congress would never give up their turf.
Barney Frank is making one last push for an SEC-CFTC merger before his retirement.
The SEC will have a new chairwoman beginning on Dec. 14. Mary Schapiro, the current chairwoman and Obama administration appointee, will step down.
Calls for the CFTC and SEC to merge are now coming from both sides of the aisle.
Now that Obama has won re-election, will the CFTC and the SEC will slow down or speed up regulation mandated by from the Dodd-Frank Act?
New Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) capital rules have banks threatening to stop offering client clearing for credit derivatives.
The CFTC and SEC are meeting in private with foreign regulators on election day to discuss international compliance.
Entities that regulate the derivatives industry, like the SEC and CFTC, are proposing new rules that increase protections of customer funds.
A new rule on capital requirements proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is causing controversy.