FIA Unveils New Brand
FIA unveiled a new brand at its annual conference in Boca Raton, Florida. The new brand is designed to reflect the association's expanded mission as a global organization that unites and empowers members across Asia, Europe and the Americas. In conjunction with this mission, FIA will launch a new website in late 2014.
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FIA NEWS
April 2014
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FIA Issues Statement on H.R. 4413, CFTC Reauthorization Bill (April 9, 2014)
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FIA Launches SEF Tracker to Measure Swap Trading Activity (April 8, 2014)
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FIA Special Report: End-Users Discuss Concerns at CFTC Roundtable (April 7, 2014)
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FIA’s Lukken Calls for Regulatory Pragmatism at SIFMA Compliance and Legal Seminar (April 2, 2014)
March 2014
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U.S. and European Trade Associations Issue Joint Statement on Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (Mar. 25, 2014)
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FIA Global Elects Directors (Mar. 11, 2014)
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FIA Elects Directors and Officers (Mar. 11, 2014)
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FIA Volume Report: Global Futures and Options Volume Rose 2.1% to 21.64 Billion in 2013 (Mar. 10, 2014)
February 2014
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FIA Files Comment Letter on Proposed Position Limits Rule (Feb 7, 2014)
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FIA Files Comment Letter on Proposed Aggregation Rule (Feb. 6, 2014)
January 2014
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FIA Requests Confirmation of Interpretation of CFTC Rule 1.73 Regarding SEFs and Bunched Orders (Jan. 31, 2014)
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FIA Issues Statement on Leadership Change at FOA (Jan. 13, 2014)
December 2013
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FIA Responds to CFTC Concept Release on Risk Controls and System Safeguards for Automated Trading (Dec. 11, 2013)
 
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> The realities behind myths in the commodity futures market (The Hindu Business Line)206
> Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Adjust to New Banking Climate (NY Times)186
> European venues cool on CFTC registration (FOW Intelligence)173
> Goldman looks to fight rivals with capital advantage (FT)162
> Goldman Sachs reveals profit dip amid 'dark pools' furore (The Independent)158
> Nifty surge traps ultra rich options traders (Economic Times)154
> Banks Tell Fed Commodity Business Benefits Outweigh Risks (Bloomberg)151
> Taiwan Regulator Penalizes Bank Over Derivatives Sales (WSJ)150
> U.S. SEC proposes rules for security-based swap dealers (Reuters)150
> Head of derivatives lobbying group ISDA to step down (Reuters)149
> Congress Unlikely to Act on HFT (Markets Media)146
> Banks Fight Back on Commodities (WSJ)145
> High-frequency trading firm Virtu postpones IPO (CNBC)143
> EU watchdog chief sees no clearing requirement for forex (Reuters)143
> Global accounting body airs possible reform of bank hedging rule (Reuters)142
> Pickel to step down as Isda chief (Financial News)141
> Virtu Indefinitely Postpones IPO (WSJ)140
> Swaps and Derivatives Trade Group Chief Robert Pickel to Step Down (WSJ)136
> Zambia sees first currency futures contract (Risk.net)136
> Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Adjust to New Banking Climate (NY Times)136
> Deutsche Börse hopes that its philosophy has global appeal (FT)134
> P&M: ISDA chief executive Pickel to leave after 17 years (IFR)134
> Virtu Financial Said to Shelve I.P.O. Plans (NY Times)134
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