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US, European Regulators Clash Over CCP Rules
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has accused the European Commission (EC) of attempting to renege on a previously agreed framework for cross-border CCP recognition, with the EC refuting this characterisation. Speaking at the Futures Industry Association’s (FIA) annual conference in Boca Raton, Florida, Brian Quintenz, a commissioner at the CFTC, outlined details of this recent disagreement. He reminded the audience that in 2016, regulators in the US and Europe agreed a “CCP equivalence determination”, which established a common approach to the regulation and supervision of cross-border CCPs.

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