The Industry Filings search tool provides access to information about, and submissions by, trading and clearing organizations.
The CFTC regulates two types of trading organizations: Designated Contract Markets and Swap Execution Facilities.
The CFTC oversees derivatives clearing organizations under the Commodity Exchange Act.
Swap Data Repositories provide a central facility for swap data reporting and recordkeeping.
Intermediaries act on behalf of other entities/persons in connection with derivatives trading.
CFTC operates a comprehensive system of collecting information on large traders and other market participants as part of its Market Surveillance Program.
DCMs may list new contracts for trading by filing a written self-certification with the CFTC.
New rules or rule amendments may be implemented by filing with the Commission.
The Patriot Act requires that financial institutions establish AML Programs.
The CFTC protects privacy and safeguards personal information according to United States law and international norms.