S. 2697, The Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000: joint hearing before the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, United States Senate and the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, One Hundred Sixth Congress, second session ... June 21, 2000
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agencies appropriate Arthur Levitt Banking Committee believe bill bill's Bond Market Association certainty for OTC CFMA CFTC's Chairman Gramm Chairman Greenspan Chairman Rainer Commission Committee on Agriculture Committee on Banking Commodity Exchange Act Commodity Futures Modernization competitive concerns Congress derivatives transactions ensure financial derivatives financial markets financial products fraud futures contracts futures exchanges Futures Modernization Act Futures Trading government securities market Group's recommendations hearing important innovation insider trading issues judgment jurisdiction legislation Levitt manipulation market participants OTC derivatives market over-the-counter derivatives oversight President's Working Group professional counterparties proposal protect investors provide legal certainty question reauthorization regulation regulatory arbitrage regulatory framework regulatory relief regulatory structure repeal resolved respect RICK SANTORUM SEC and CFTC Secretary Summers securities laws Senator Gramm Senator Harkin Senator Sarbanes Senator Schumer Shad-Johnson Accord single stock single-stock futures staff stock futures swaps systemic risk Thank tion Treasury Amendment U.S. SENATOR Urban Affairs