CFTC tightens limits on brokerages using customer funds

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December 5, 2011
Posted in News, PND News

"The U.S. futures regulator unanimously approved on Monday tighter limits on how brokerage firms can use customer funds, a measure the now-bankrupt MF Global had encouraged the agency to delay. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission rule prevents brokerage firms, known as futures commission merchants, from conducting 'in-house' repurchase transactions and restricts them from investing customer money in foreign sovereign debt." [editor's note: Maybe the first appropriate regulatory action from a federal agency in ... how long? - SAT] (12/05/11)  

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