by Law and Compliance Division, Futures Industry Association in [New York] .
Written in English
|Contributions||Futures Industry Association. Law and Compliance Division.|
|LC Classifications||KF1085.A75 N37 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30, 17,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||79110122|
FIA Speaks is a podcast at the center of the futures, options and derivatives markets. Through interviews with the top executives, regulators and visionaries, FIA Speaks explores the major topics and upcoming trends in this dynamic industry that are influencing the global economy in significant ways. FIA Speaks is a podcast at the center of the futures, options and derivatives markets. Through interviews with top executives, regulators, industry experts and business visionaries, FIA Speaks explores the major topics and trends of the derivatives industry that are influencing the global economy in . Join FIA, CFTC Commissioner Dan Berkovitz and 30+ CFTC and FERC experts from government, commercials, exchanges and law firms for FIA's inaugural commodities symposium in Houston, Texas, June Commissioner Berkovitz, sponsor of the CFTC’s Energy and Environmental Markets Advisory Committee, will address the CFTC’s regulatory initiatives and priorities for . The FIA was established in in New York as the Association of Commodity Exchange Firms. It changed its name to the Futures Industry Association in and moved to Washington, D.C., which remains the site of its current headquarters. It began accepting overseas organizations in the : Troy Segal.
Investor protection begins with investor education and before participating in the futures or retail forex markets, investors should learn how the markets work and about the firms and individuals with whom they are doing business. NFA offers a variety of resources to help investors perform due diligence prior to making any investment decisions. Third, a private sector self-regulatory organization would serve the futures industry more efficiently and at a lesser cost than would the government. NFA's formal designation as a registered futures association was granted by the CFTC on Septem Robert K. Wilmouth became NFA's first president and CEO, and Leo Melamed, its first chairman. NFA is the industrywide, self-regulatory organization for the U.S. derivatives industry. Designated by the CFTC as a registered futures association, NFA strives every day to safeguard the integrity of the derivatives markets, protect investors and ensure Members meet their regulatory responsibilities. Boca: International Futures Industry Conference March , Attracting the most senior level audience to be found in the futures, options and cleared derivatives space, this annual gathering provides the forum where strategic partnerships are forged, corporate announcements are made, and serious business opportunities created.
The Association of Futures Markets (AFM) is organising its 21st Annual Conference in Bangkok hosted by the Thailand Futures Exchange, a full member of the Association. The Conference was opened by AFM Chairman, Chris Sturgess and Dr. Chaiyawat Wibulswasdi, Chairman of the Thailand Futures . Futures Industry Association Expo Steering Committee CHAIRMAN Peter Johnson, J.P. Morgan Futures Anne Byerwalter, Citigroup Global Markets Dan Driscoll, National Futures Association Maria Gemski, MF Global Mike Gorham, Illinois Institute of Technology Center for Financial Markets David Goone, IntercontinentalExchange David Hartney, J.P. Morgan. FIA staff is dedicated to helping members. Whether you are looking for information about legislative or regulatory activity, need to register for a conference, or have a question about industry practice, a member of the FIA team is available to assist you. Contact the . The Futures Industry Association (FIA), 1 on behalf of its futures commission merchant (FCM) member firms, is writing to request no-action relief from certain requirements of section of the regulations promulgated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Commission) under the Commodity Exchange Act (Act).