- GMAC Meeting on March 6
- CFTC Approves Proposed Rules and Other Matters
- CFTC Customer Advisory
- Proposed Guidance: Voluntary Carbon Credit Derivative Contracts
- Request for Comment: AI in CFTC-Regulated Markets
- Request for Comment: Proposed Capital Comparability Determination
- Holding Wrongdoers Accountable
GMAC Meeting on March 6
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CFTC Approves Proposed Rules and Other Matters
CFTC Customer Advisory
Advisory alerts dating/messaging app and social media users to popular financial romance scams
Proposed Guidance: Voluntary Carbon Credit Derivative Contracts
The comment period closes on February 16, 2024
Request for Comment: AI in CFTC-Regulated Markets
The comment period closes on April 24, 2024
Request for Comment: Proposed Capital Comparability Determination
The comment period on the proposed capital comparability determination for swap dealers subject to supervision by the UK Prudential Regulation Authority closes on March 24, 2024
Holding Wrongdoers Accountable
CFTC charges bogus digital asset platform with fraud and misappropriation in an online romance scam
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