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SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) Approves Off-Balance Sheet Supplemental Schedule

The Securities and Exchange Commission approved the adoption of a supplemental schedule for derivatives and other off-balance sheet items. The supplemental schedule requires carrying or clearing firms to report certain information, including gross exposures in financing transactions, interests in and exposure to variable interest entities, non-regular way settlement transactions, underwriting activities and derivatives transactions. Subject to a de minimis exception, carrying or clearing firms are required to file the supplemental schedule with FINRA on a quarterly basis using the eFOCUS system. The initial supplemental schedule must be filed by July 31, 2013.

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Janet M. Angstadt, Securities Attorney, Katten Muchin Law Firm
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Janet Angstadt concentrates her practice in financial services. She counsels broker-dealers and market centers on a wide variety of legal and regulatory matters, including mergers and acquisitions involving broker-dealers; exchange, FINRA and SEC investigations; compliance issues related to registrations, sales practice, short sales, Regulation NMS, market making, and options and equities order handling; broker-dealer sponsored alternative trading systems such as dark pools and electronic communication networks; policies and procedures for trading systems development and testing; and...

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James Brady concentrates his practice in financial services matters.

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