Moseley-Braun accepts D.C. job; option for CFTC chair still open
- CFTC member's renomination opposed. Reynolds, Katherine M. // Bond Buyer;11/03/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30265, p33
Discusses about US Senator Carol Moseley Braun opposing the renomination of Commodity Futures Trading Commission member Joseph Dial. Nomination of Barbara Holum.
- Democrat Moseley-Braun tops list of nominees for CFTC's helm. Koning, Rachel // Bond Buyer;11/23/98, Vol. 326 Issue 30526, p32
Reports on Illinois Senator Carol Moseley-Braun as potential nominee to head the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Speculation that current commission chairperson, Brooksley Born will not earn a second-term nomination; Senate Republican Phil Graham's possible opposition against...
- Leach raps Treasury over fund-raising. Anason, Dean // American Banker;11/18/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 221, p2
Reports on political developments affecting the banking industry in the United States, as of November 18, 1998. House Banking Committee Chairman Jim Leach's opposition to the Treasury Department's stand on financial reform; Possibility of Senator Carol Moseley-Braun being selected to head the...
- International Regulatory Responses to Derivatives Crises: The Role of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Born, Brooksley // Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business;Spring2001, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p607
Focuses on the role of the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission in fostering international regulatory cooperation. Impact of the development of technology; Growth of the global derivatives markets; Analysis on financial system.
- CFTC Tech Chief Erickson Expects Major Changes. // Securities Industry News;12/24/2001, Vol. 13 Issue 50, p1
Presents an interview with Commodity Futures Trading Commissioner Thomas Erickson concerning the impact of technology on derivatives trading in the United States. Schedule for the trading of single-stock futures and equity indexes; Significance of derivatives market on cash markets; Views on...
- Derivatives oversight may take a while. Brush, Silla // Hill;9/15/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 102, p14
The article reports on the warning given by Gary Gensler, head of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), that regulations for derivatives products may take long to be processed by the Congress.
- New derivatives rules will spark lobbying battle. Brush, Silla // Hill;6/5/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 65, p8
The article reports on the proposed new rules of the head of U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to manage the trillion-dollar derivatives market requiring congressional approval and set off a heavy lobbying battle.
- End users support less CFTC regulation. Koning, Rachel // Bond Buyer;06/09/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30658, p5
Reports that derivatives end users are supporting less regulation from the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Reduction of the burdens imposed by the Commodity Exchange Act.
- Market participants lash out at CFTC over `broker-dealer light' proposal. Reynolds, Katherine M. // Bond Buyer;03/23/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30356, p5
Reports on reactions to US Commodity Futures Trading Commission's proposals to regulate the over-the-counter derivatives markets. Concerns over legal uncertainty for swap transactions; Sufficiency of anti-fraud provisions to protect investors; Inconsistencies in the so-called `broker-dealer'...