March 18, 2019

March 18, 2019

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CFTC Seeks Market Risk Advisory Committee Membership Nominations and Public Comment on Committee Priorities

On March 15, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission published in the Federal Register a request for nominees for the membership positions on the Market Risk Advisory Committee (MRAC). MRAC is a discretionary advisory committee that conducts public meetings and submits reports and recommendations to the CFTC on matters including systemic risk and changes in the market structure of the derivatives markets and other financial markets. In addition to requesting MRAC membership nominations, the Federal Register release also invited the public to recommend additional topics that should be prioritized by the committee.

The deadline for nominations and meeting topics is March 29.

A copy of the Federal Register release is available here.

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Christian B. Hennion, Finance Attorney, Katten Muchin Law Firm

Christian B. Hennion concentrates his practice in financial services and asset management matters, including counseling fund managers, registered investment advisers and commodity trading advisors on both transactional and regulatory matters. Chris has advised a wide range of US and international managers, from start-ups to large institutions, regarding a variety of matters, including private fund launches and reorganizations, advisory engagements, Investment Advisers Act and Commodity Exchange Act compliance obligations, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Commodity Futures...

Stanley V. Polit, Katten Muchin, Financial Services lawyer, Corporate Regulatory Matters Attorney

Stanley Polit concentrates his practice in transactional, corporate and regulatory aspects of financial services matters. Stan is able to provide legal services to a wide variety of clients including proprietary trading firms, hedge funds, broker-dealers, registered investment advisers, commodity trading advisers, financial institutions and general corporate clients.

Prior to joining Katten, Stan served as a council member for a national crisis management firm, where he specialized in crisis communication and merged media strategies. He has lectured extensively and conducted trainings related to these topics at numerous national and international conferences, including the National Communication Association's National Convention, the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference and the Disaster Recovery Journal's World Business Continuity Conference.