Last week, the federal court hearing the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s enforcement action against alleged Flash Crash spoofer Navinder Sarao accepted his settlement offer proposed two weeks ago, while a three-judge panel of a federal court of appeals appeared to be sympathetic to Michael Coscia when it heard arguments to overturn his November 2015 conviction for spoofing on November 10. Separately, Mary Jo White announced her imminent resignation as SEC Chair while Timothy Massad, CFTC chairman, was urged to put pens down by K. Michael Conaway, Chairman of the US House of Representatives Committee on Agriculture, regarding CFTC consideration of revised position limits rules, Regulation Automated Trading and the cross-border application of its swap dealer registration requirements. As a result, the following matters are covered in this week’s edition of Bridging the Week:
Because of the US Thanksgiving holiday, there will be no regular Bridging the Week on November 26, 2016. The next edition of Bridging the Week will be on December 5.
Gary DeWaal is currently Special Counsel with Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in its New York office focusing on financial services regulatory matters. He provides advisory services and assists with investigations and litigation.
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