CFTC's O'Malia: No progress on Sef rules in past two weeks


The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is still some way from reaching consensus on final swap execution facility (Sef) rules, commissioner Scott O’Malia has said, with no progress made at all in the past fortnight.

Speaking at the Futures Industry Association annual conference in Florida, O’Malia noted a series of mooted publication dates have come and gone, and said the earliest possible date for a vote on the Sef rules is now mid-April. He added the recent missed deadlines do not

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