Since then, lawyers and suppliers of software to detect instances of spoofing for commodities market participants, have seen a surge of inquiries about how to detect and mitigate actions that might violate the CFTC’s rules.
CFTC acting chairman Christopher Giancarlo has now laid out a new agenda, in which rules are set to be simplified, following a wholesale organizational review. Deterring spoofing and other issues of market manipulation are among the key mandates.
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