Title: 23-14


Extension of conditional time-limited no-action position for filing certain information for ownership and control reports required by Parts 17, 18, and 20 of the Commission's regulations


Title: 23-09


The Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Division of Market Oversight (DMO) and Division of Data (DOD) take a no-action position regarding certain Part 43 and Part 45 swap reporting obligations in relation to the cessation or non-representativeness of USD LIBOR and other rates on June 30, 2023.


Title: 23-05


The Division of Market Oversight (“Division” or “DMO”) of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC” or “Commission”) is providing a no-action position regarding the requirements in section 2(h)(8) of the Commodity Exchange Act (“CEA” or “Act”) and Commission regulation 37.9, for credit default swaps (“CDS”) that are executed for the sole purpose of migrating open CDS positions from ICE Clear Europe Ltd. (“ICEU”) to a new central clearing counterparty (“CCP”) ahead of ICEU’s planned discontinuation of CDS clearing services in October 2023.


Title: 22-19


Supplemental Staff Letter to CFTC Letter15-29 and CFTC Letter 16-72 with respect to swaps trading on certain financial markets that are licensed in Australia and overseen by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC).


Title: 22-18


Extension of no-action position with respect to Part 45 for entities submitting swaps for clearing by derivatives clearing organizations (DCOs) operating consistent with CFTC exemptive orders or no-action positions provided by CFTC staff.


Title: 22-16


Extension of no-action relief letter 21-24 that was issued to ensure the continued availability, following Brexit of no-action positions under certain existing CFTC comparability determinations and exemption orders originally issued by the CFTC for EU entities, while CFTC staff undertakes an analysis of UK law in order to make appropriate recommendations of comparability or exemption to the CFTC.


Title: 22-15


The Division is extending its no-action positions for those package transactions where at least one individual swap component is made available to trade (“MAT”) and therefore subject to the CEA section 2(h)(8) trade execution requirement, and all other components are contracts for the purchase or sale of a commodity for future delivery, i.e., futures contracts (“MAT/Futures Package Transactions”).


Title: 22-14


Extension of Time-Limited No-Action Relief from Certain Requirements of Part 45 and Part 46 of the Commission’s Regulations, for Certain Swap Dealers and Major Swap Participants Established under the Laws of Australia, Canada, the European Union, Japan, Switzerland or the United Kingdom.


Title: 22-13


DMO will not recommend that the Commission take enforcement action against KRX with respect to the offer or sale of contracts based on the KOSPI 200 Index to persons located within the United States while the Commission’s review of KRX’s forthcoming request for certification of contracts based on the KOSPI 200 Index pursuant to Commission Regulation 30.13 is pending.


Title: 22-09


Extension of no-action relief granted in CFTC Staff Letter No. 19-19, which granted relief from prospective compliance with certain position aggregation requirements in Commission Regulation 150.4.