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"The New Financial Sheriff: CFTC Anti-Fraud Authority After Dodd-Frank," Bloomberg BNA Securities Regulation & Law Report


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New York-based securities litigation associate Jon Daniels wrote “The New Financial Sheriff: CFTC Anti-Fraud Authority After Dodd-Frank” for Bloomberg BNA. The article, which examines the increasing anti-fraud authority granted to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC” or “the Commission”) by The Dodd-Frank Act, ran in Bloomberg BNA’s June 18 issue of the Securities Regulation & Law Report and the June 27 issue of the Alternative Investment Law Report.

The author wrote, “While it is too early to determine the full extent of the CFTC’s enforcement strategy under its new antifraud authority, statements by the Commission and the J.P. Morgan investigation make clear that the Commission will do everything it can to end its reputation as the ‘scrawny younger brother’ of the SEC and to begin asserting itself as the new financial sheriff for the 21st century.”

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