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Bridging the Week

Newsletter | June 1, 2015

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  • Non-Recognition of US CCPs as Subject to Equivalent Regulation May Require European-Based Funds to Restrict Trading in US Centrally Cleared Derivatives
  • FSOC Warns of Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities and Potential CCP Risks in Litany of Potential Threats to US Financial Stability
  • Five Banks Plead Guilty to Forex Manipulation Activities and Agree to Fines Totaling US $5.6 Billion and Other Sanctions
  • NFA Proposes Enhanced Capital and Risk Management Requirements for Retail Forex Dealer Members
  • CME Sanctions Companies and Individuals for Illicit Pre-Execution Communications and Other Rule Violations
  • CFTC Chairman Suggests Exchange Role in Position Limit Hedge Exemptions and Criticizes European Regulator's Proposal to Potentially Restrict Access to US Benchmarks
  • Chief Compliance Officer Sued by SEC for Defrauding Investors and Employer Broker-Dealer; Criminal Charges Also Filed
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