- Market Risk Advisory Committee to Meet on Dec 11
- Agricultural Advisory Committee to Meet on Dec 14
- Binance and Its CEO, Changpeng Zhao, Agree to Pay $2.85 Billion
- CFTC Seeks Public Comment on a Proposal on Investment of Customer Funds
- Holding Wrongdoers Accountable
- CFTC Awards Whistleblower Over $18 Million
- Second Voluntary Carbon Markets Convening Highlights
Market Risk Advisory Committee to Meet on Dec 11
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Agricultural Advisory Committee to Meet on Dec 14
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Binance and Its CEO, Changpeng Zhao, Agree to Pay $2.85 Billion
Defendants also resolve charges with DOJ, FinCEN, OFAC that require an over $4.3 billion payment in monetary penalties
CFTC Seeks Public Comment on a Proposal on Investment of Customer Funds
The comment period closes on January 17, 2024
Holding Wrongdoers Accountable
CFTC releases FY 2023 enforcement results
CFTC Awards Whistleblower Over $18 Million
Find information about CFTC's Whistleblower Program
Second Voluntary Carbon Markets Convening Highlights
See agenda items and participation information.
CFTC Chairman Rostin Behnam, sponsor of the Agricultural Advisory Committee (AAC), announced the AAC will hold…
The CFTC today announced former Binance Chief Compliance Officer, Samuel Lim, agreed to a proposed consent…
The CFTC today announced Changpeng Zhao, and his companies Binance Holdings Limited, Binance Holdings (IE)…
CFTC's Market Risk Advisory Committee (MRAC) will hold a public meeting on Monday, December 11 from 9:30 a.m.…
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