April 24, 2017

April 24, 2017

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CFTC Seeks Comment on CME Petition for Order Permitting Commingling of Funds

The Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Inc. (CME) has submitted to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission a petition for an order pursuant to Section 4d of the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA) whereby CME and its clearing members that are registered futures commission merchants would be permitted to hold, in accounts segregated in accordance with Section 4d of the CEA, Dubai Mercantile Exchange-listed positions and funds related to products in the energy sector. If granted, the order would expand a previous order pertaining to a more limited number of Dubai Mercantile Exchange energy products. Comments should be submitted electronically to the CFTC on or before April 28.

The CME’s petition is available here.

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Kevin M. Foley, Finance Lawyer, Katten Muchin law Firm
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Kevin M. Foley has extensive experience in commodities law and advises a wide range of clients, both in the United States and abroad, on compliance with the Commodity Exchange Act and the rules of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) affecting traditional exchange-traded products, as well as the over-the-counter markets involving swaps and other derivative instruments. His clients include futures commission merchants, derivatives clearing organizations, designated contract markets, foreign boards of trade and an industry trade association.

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Sarah R. Adams concentrates her practice in financial services matters.

While in law school, Sarah was on the staff of the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal. She received her JD from the Georgetown University Law Center and her BA from Johns Hopkins University, with honors. Sarah is admitted to the bar in New York.

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