The Commodity Futures Trading Commission proposed a new records retention rule that attempts to be technology neutral and eliminates many current requirements that are mostly vestiges of a more paper-oriented age. In addition, the House of Representatives passed a bill early in its newest term that, if enacted, would repeal the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s controversial authority granted under Dodd-Frank to set certain position limits without an express finding of necessity and prohibit the CFTC from requesting algorithmic source code other than through subpoena. As a result, the following matters are covered in this week’s edition of Bridging the Week:
Because of scheduling issues, the next edition of Bridging the Week will be January 30, 2017.
Gary DeWaal is currently Special Counsel with Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in its New York office focusing on financial services regulatory matters. He provides advisory services and assists with investigations and litigation.
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