CFTC allows funds to use SEC derivatives disclosure regime

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has decided against requiring certain firms dually registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission to provide investors with more information about their derivatives use. The CFTC decided it will allow funds to adhere to the SEC's regime. "Thus, the final rule allows dually registered entities to meet certain CFTC regulatory requirements for [commodity pool operators] by complying with SEC rules to which they are already subject," according to the rule.

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