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External Meetings: CFTC/SEC Meeting with Financial Services Roundtable

When:
9/21/2010 2:00 PM
Rulemaking(s):
II. Definitions

XXI. Joint Rules w/ SEC

CFTC Staff:
Dan Berkovitz

Mark Fajfar

David Aron

Julian Hammar

Terry Arbit

Sarah Josephson

Irina Leonova

David Taylor

Thelma Diaz

 

 

SEC:

JAMES DEIBOUTH

CRISTY MARCH

PAULA JENSON

JEFF DINWOODIE

JOSHUA KANS

ANN MCKEEHAN

JACK HABERT

SUSAN ERVIN
Visitor(s):
R. Lucia Riddle (Principal Financial Group)

Peter Lefkin (Allianz of America)

Jeff Brown (Charles Schwab)

Scott Talbott (Financial Services Roundtable)

Stephen Albrecht (GE Capital)

Lynn S. Jacobs (Prudential Financial)

Robert Hatch (Financial Services Roundtable)

Peter Freeman (Financial Services Roundtable)

Bradley Ipema (Financial Services Roundtable)

Mike Sheehan (Sallie Mae)

Labrena Martin (Royal Bank of Canada)

Jeffrey Hiller (Principal Global Investors)

Brenda Page (The Hartford)

Gary Newbeck (Prudential Financial)

Richard Miller (Prudential Financial)

John Ewing (Prudential Financial)

Kevin Meagher (Fidelity Investments)

Kate Schulze (Aegon/Transamerica)

Michael Bopp (Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher)

Jay  Rosenblum (The Hartford)

Jim Febeo (Fidelity Investments)

Christine Monroe Clapsis (Fidelity Investments)

Maurya Keating (AXA Equitable)
Organization(s):
Financial Services Roundtable
  • II. Issues for Discussion                    ~1. Major Swap Participants ~2. Inter-affiliated Transactions~3. State Law & Insurance~4. Stable Value Funds                                                 ~5. Securitization & Prop Trading~6. Agency Coordination~“The meeting discussed the definition of Major Swap Participant and the determination of how entities would be classified as MSPs, the use of swap transactions between affiliated financial institutions, the interaction between state regulations of insurance and swap regulation, the design of the mandated study of stable value contracts, and the rule-writing process.”

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