Customer Protection Regulation - Study - Customer Asset Protection Insurance for U.S. Futures Market Customers, November 15, 2013

From Markets Reform Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

On November 15, 2013, CME Group, Futures Industry Association, the Institute for Financial Markets and National Futures Association today announced the release of a study on the economic feasibility of adopting an insurance regime for the U.S. futures industry. The study was commissioned by the four sponsoring organizations in November 2012 and was conducted by Compass Lexecon, a consulting firm that specializes in the application of economics to legal, regulatory, and policy issues. Christopher L. Culp, an expert on risk management with extensive consulting experience in both insurance and derivatives, led the team that conducted the study.<ref>Futures Industry Releases Insurance Study. NFA Press Release. Retrieved on December 5, 2013.</ref>

Background[edit]

Summary of the Study[edit]

Related Document: Report of Investigation, Berkeley Research Group, January 29, 2013[edit]

References[edit]

<references/>

MarketsReformWiki Sponsors

RSM US LLP ADM Investor Services Cinnober Fidessa