CFTC Opens Discussions on Standard Structure for Global UTI


The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has begun discussions with other regulators about the possibility of creating a standard structure for a global unique transaction identifier (UTI), and is also analyzing its own requirements for swap product identification.

The use of different identifiers to perform similar functions in different jurisdictions has created challenges for market participants, with the CFTC mandating the use of unique swap identifiers (USIs) as part of its

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