Process for Designated Contract Market or Swap Execution Facility to make a Swap Available to Trade

Process for Designated Contract Market and Swap Execution Facility to Make a Swap Available to Trade

The Commission issued proposed rules to implement the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act regarding a Process for Designated Contract Market and Swap Execution to Make a Swap Available to Trade.

Additional information regarding the proposed Process for Designated Contract Market or Swap Execution Facility to Make a Swap Available to Trade is provided below, including factsheets, and details of meetings held between CFTC staff and outside parties.

Related Federal Register Releases

Proposed Rule83 FR 61946 // PDF Version
11/30/2018
17 CFR Parts 9, 36, 37, 38, 39, and 43
Swap Execution Facilities and Trade Execution Requirement
Comment File – Closing Date: 2/13/2019

Final Rule: 78 FR 36606 // PDF Version
6/4/2013
17 CFR Parts 37 and 38
Process for a Designated Contract Market or Swap Execution Facility To Make a Swap Available to Trade, Swap Transaction Compliance and Implementation Schedule, and Trade Execution Requirement Under the Commodity Exchange Act
Effective Date: Monday, August 05, 2013

Proposed Rule: 76 FR 77728 // PDF Version
12/14/2011
17 CFR Parts 37 and 38
Process for a Designated Contract Market or Swap Execution Facility to Make a Swap Available to Trade under Section 2(h)(8) of the Commodity Exchange Act
Comment File -  Closing Date: 2/13/2012

Additional Information

Fact Sheet:  Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Swap Execution Facilities and the Trade Execution Requirement

Event:  CFTC to Hold an Open Commission Meeting on November 5

Fact Sheet: Process for a Designated Contract Market or Swap Execution Facility to Make a Swap Available to Trade under Section 2(h)(8) of the Commodity Exchange Act
Q&A: Process for a Designated Contract Market or Swap Execution Facility to Make a Swap Available to Trade under Section 2(h)(8) of the Commodity Exchange Act

Event:  Open Meeting to Consider Two Final Rules and One Proposal