Commodity Exchange Act


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Commodity Exchange Act

Legislation in the United States, passed in 1936, that imposed regulations upon the trading of commodities as well as some futures and options. Among other things, the Act provides that any option on a commodity and all futures must occur on an exchange and not over-the-counter. This Act replaced the Grain Futures Act of 1922. See also: CFTC, New Deal, Onion Futures Act.
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While the ECMs are not subject to reporting requirements under the Commodity Exchange Act, some information about ICE's activities appears in the firm's Securities and Exchange Commission filings.
In conclusion, the Board continues to believe that legislation modernizing the Commodity Exchange Act is essential.
and international funds and their sponsors in all of their activities from initial structuring and formation through the fund raising stage and beyond and advises on the full range of compliance and regulatory issues, including the Investment Advisers Act, Commodity Exchange Act, Investment Company Act of 1940, and the JOBS Act, among other securities law issues.
Finding fraud violations under Section 4b of the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) for front-running is also a long-standing practice.
Subtitle A of Title VII amended the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) to regulate swaps and, to provide enhanced enforcement for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
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They have existed since 1938 when the Commodity Exchange Act was passed.
The Board strongly supports modernizing the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) by implementing the recommendations contained in the Working Group's November 1999 report.
At the same time, they encouraged the regulator to coordinate with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to harmonize any new rules with the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA).
Since Dodd-Frank authorized the SEC and CFTC whistleblower programs, Eric represents whistleblowers in cases of securities and derivatives fraud, market manipulation, accounting fraud, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other violations of the Commodity Exchange Act, the Securities Act and the Securities Exchange Act.
I am pleased to be here today to underscore the importance of this committee's efforts to modernize the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) and to express my support for the recommendations for amending the act that were contained in the report by the President's Working Group on Financial Markets entitled Over-the-Counter Derivatives Markets and the Commodity Exchange Act.
The CFTC is seeking civil monetary penalties and permanent restraint of relevant sections of the Commodity Exchange Act and the CFTC's Regulations.

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