Derivatives Regulatory Update

ALI CLE Webcast

08/12/2014 12:30 p.m. - 02:00 p.m. EDT

Derivatives + Commodities, Financial Services, Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, Investment Management, and Finance


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The road to implementation of the derivatives-related regulations required by Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act has been fraught with controversy and delay.  However, the tone of recent dialogue with international regulators has softened, and the CFTC has granted some relief on various cross-border matters.  Recently, the SEC finalized its cross-border rules.

Have you kept up with the latest developments in the regulation of derivatives?  Attend this timely CLE program on derivatives regulation under Dodd-Frank’s Title VII to learn from capital markets practitioners as they discuss the latest rule-making developments at the SEC and CFTC.

This program on swaps regulation under Dodd-Frank’s Title VII will discuss the latest rule-making developments, including the following:

  • Swap execution facilities (SEF) issues;
  • CFTC's second attempt at position limits;
  • SEC's final cross-border rules;
  • Differences between SEC’s and CFTC’s cross-border rules;
  • Guidance on the Volcker rule;
  • CFTC end-user roundtable; and
  • Relief for non-US clearing entities.


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