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Course: Title VII created a framework for the regulation of swap markets and gave the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) regulatory authority over swaps, except for security-based swaps, which are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
In the financial markets, 2014 will be a year for significant changes as the CFTC and the SEC continue their strong push to finalize and implement derivatives rules. Buy-side and sell-side firms, shadow financial institutions, and commodities companies also are working to comply with the new, evolving derivatives rules.
This interactive one-day course will cover key regulatory components pertinent to Dodd-Frank Title VII. The educational program is comprised of a presentation, case studies, and recent relevant articles by the instructor used to stimulate discussion amongst the participants.
After the course you will be able to:
Class Size: Registration is limited to approximately 15 participants to promote student participation and interaction.
Who Should Attend: Anyone who works with the implementation of Dodd-Frank and needs to understand the key regulatory and reporting matters. Attendees include traders, cash/money managers, asset managers, hedge fund managers, CTA's/CPO's, and portfolio managers, as well as sales and back office professionals, compliance and regulatory staff.
Instructor: Mayra Rodriguez Valladares
Credits: The IFM is recognized by Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) as an Approved Provider of continuing professional education (CPE) credits for FRMs and ERPs. This course is valid for 6.5 credits.
Cost: $595 Early-bird early-bird ends 4 weeks prior to course date | $650 Standard registration U.S. locations
$695 Early-bird early-bird ends 4 weeks prior to course date | $750 Standard registration U.K.
Complimentary morning and afternoon
refreshment breaks are provided. Lunch on own.