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Understanding the CFTC’s Anti-Evasion Authority and Its Application

part of the FIA Law & Compliance Division webinar series
16 June 2016 10:00am EDT

Dodd-Frank led to a wide swath of new regulations that market participants have sought to understand as they seek to comply with them.  As the CFTC finalizes the last few Dodd-Frank rules and transitions into enforcement, it is as critical as ever to understand the scope and potential application of the agency’s anti-evasion authority.  The CFTC’s concern with preventing evasion of these rules has been evident from the beginning with the CFTC’s release further defining a “swap,” through the CFTC’s Cross-Border Guidance, and continuing to the recently-finalized rule on margin for uncleared swaps. This webinar will review the anti-evasion rules and interpretive guidance and discuss potential applications of the CFTC’s anti-evasion authority to assist market participants in facing ever-mounting regulatory compliance challenges.

Presenters:

Ken McCracken of Schiff Hardin LLP

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