For over a quarter century, Commodities Regulation has been recognized as the resource covering the derivatives marketplace. Today, Derivatives Regulation builds on that expertise, delivering the coverage professionals and practitioners need in order to stay current with this changing topic.
Derivatives Regulation comprehensively covers the Commodity Exchange Act along with all other relevant aspects of the regulation of securities that have an impact on the derivatives markets.
Derivatives Regulation is completely updated to cover the full range of emerging regulatory, reporting, and legal issues surrounding derivatives and related instruments, including:Distinguishing between regulated and unregulated derivatives¿and knowing which rules to applyThe significant roles of the SEC and the federal laws in regulating derivativesMeeting standards for exemption or other reliefThe workings of the derivatives markets and the rules applicable to tradingRegistration, reporting, and disclosure requirements applicable to commodities professionalsCriteria for publicly traded futures and commodity optionsRules governing unprofessional conduct, including the antifraud and anti-manipulation prohibitionsCustomer protections, the CFTC¿s reparations program, arbitration programs, and private rights of action in the courts
Appendix :Commodity Exchange Act
Table of Cases and Administrative Decisions
Table of Interpretive Letters and Miscellaneous Decisions
Table of Statutes
Table of Regulations
- Profile of the Derivatives Markets and Regulation
- The Markets
- The Marketing Effort
- The Commission
- Offenses And Remedies