A March 23 article in HFMWeek asks what’s next for the SEC’s derivatives regulation, examining whether Rule 18f-4 is “dead in the water” under President Trump’s nominee for SEC Chair, Jay Clayton. The piece includes quotes from investment management counsel David Tittsworth (Washington, D.C.). The article highlights that the sentiments expressed by Commissioner Piwowar are an indicator of where the rule might be headed, under the leadership of Clayton. “I would not be surprised if you see a new rule proposal that is shaped more by what Piwowar’s dissenting statement indicated,” states Mr. Tittsworth in the piece. The article also appears on HFMWeek’s sister outlets, HFM Compliance and CTA Intelligence.
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