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SEC Proposes Rules for Security-Based Swap Dealers and Major Security-Based Swap Participants

17 April 2014

The Securities and Exchange Commission voted yesterday to propose new rules for security-based swap dealers and major security-based swap market participants. The proposed rules cover recordkeeping, reporting, and notification requirements for security-based swap dealers and major security-based swap participants and would establish additional recordkeeping requirements for broker-dealers to account for their security-based swap activities.

Robert Pickel to step down as CEO of ISDA

17 April 2014

The International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (ISDA) today announced that its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Robert Pickel, will step down from his role later this year.

NASDAQ OMX's SMARTS Wins Best Sell-Side Surveillance Product

17 April 2014

NASDAQ OMX (Nasdaq:NDAQ), the world's leading provider of market technology, was recently selected for 'Best Sell-Side Market Surveillance Product' by Waters Technology's Sell-Side Technology Awards. NASDAQ OMX received the award for its SMARTS Broker market surveillance technology, which is currently used by over 90 market participants across 65 global markets and across all asset classes.

SIFMA Supports Move to Shorten Settlement Cycle

17 April 2014

SIFMA today announced it supports a move to shorten the settlement cycle for U.S equities, corporate bonds and municipal bonds to trade date plus two days (T+2) from the current T+3. SIFMA recognizes that shortening the settlement cycle on a timeframe that is workable for all market participants can meaningfully benefit investors by reducing systemic risk.

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