The chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has made a last-ditch effort to stamp his mark on cross-border clearing house supervision with new rules calling for greater regulatory deference for non-systemic third-country firms.
In what looks set to be the last rulemaking of his tenure, Christopher Giancarlo has submitted three cross-border swaps rules to the Commission, including proposals for two new categories of non-US clearing house – or designated clearing organisations
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