CFTC Revamps Acknowledgment Letter Plan

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has revised its plans to amend the rules on acknowledgment letters that firms must get from depositories holding segregated customer funds.

  • 12 Aug 2010

--Jake Simpson

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has revised its plans to amend the rules on acknowledgment letters that firms must get from depositories holding segregated customer funds. The rules govern the content of such letters, which futures commission merchants and derivatives clearing organizations also must obtain on the ...

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