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Friday, April 13, 2012

The Week Ahead: April 16 - April 20

  • Comments Due: CFPB on privileged information.  Read more.
  • Comments and Presentations Due: Treasury regarding FRAC.  Read more.
  • Comments Due: CFTC Restrictions on Propriety Trading.  Read more.
  • Comments Due: SEC on Clearing Agencies' Exemptions.  Read more.
  • SEC-CDS Clearing Exemptions.  Read more.
  • 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. HFS Hearing: Challenges Facing Community Financial Institutions in OhioRead more.
  • Comments Due: CFPB on Defining "Large Participants.  Read more.
  • CFTC Final Rule: Business Conduct Requirements for Swap Dealers.  Read more.

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