Code of Federal Regulations, Title 17, Commodity and Securities Exchanges, Pt. 1-199, Revised as of April 1 2009

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Government Printing Office, Jul 9, 2009 - 732 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER ICOMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISSION Part Page 1 General regulations under the Commodity Ex change Act
7
Title
66
Official seal
121
Registration
122
Commodity pool operators and commodity trading advisors
164
Reserved
165
Contract market rules altered or supplemented by the Commission
214
Exchange procedures for disciplinary summary and membership denial actions
215
Derivatives transaction execution facilities
441
Designated contract markets
448
Derivatives clearing organizations
461
Provisions common to registered entities
469
Security futures products
486
Antimoney laundering terrorist financing
511
Organization functions and procedures of the Commission
512
Salary offset
537

Rules relating to review of exchange disciplinary access denial or other adverse actions
222
Rules of practice
232
Rules relating to investigations
265
Rules relating to reparations
269
Public rulemaking procedures
308
Rules relating to suspension or disbarment from appearance and practice
310
Reportsgeneral provisions
312
Reports by reporting markets
321
Reports by reporting markets futures commission merchants clearing members and foreign bro kers
324
Reports by traders
331
Reports by persons holding bona fide hedge posi tions pursuant to 1 3z of this chapter and by merchants and dealers in cotton
335
Special calls
337
Foreign futures and foreign options transactions
343
Leverage transactions
359
Regulation of commodity option transactions
392
Regulation of domestic exchangetraded com modity option transactions
406
Part Page 34 Regulation of hybrid instruments
416
Exemption of swap agreements
417
Exempt markets
419
Indemnification of CFTC employees
541
Collection of claims owed the United States aris ing from activities under the Commissions juris diction
542
Procedures regarding the disclosure of information and the testimony of present or former officers and employees in response to subpoenas or other ...
545
Commission records and information
547
Records maintained on individuals
561
Open Commission meetings
571
Implementation of the Equal Access to Justice Act in covered adjudicatory proceedings before the Commission
577
Enforcement of nondiscrimination on the basis
584
handicap in programs or activities conducted
589
Limits on positions
590
Trading standards
596
Broker Associations
599
Privacy of consumer financial information
601
Customer protection rules
619
Registered futures associations
622
Rules relating to review of National Futures Asso ciation decisions in disciplinary membership de nial registration and member responsibility ac tions
626
Bankruptcy
640
191l99 Reserved
681
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