Clearinghouses, not regulators, should be responsible for imposing risk management practices on clearing brokers when it comes to monitoring their end customers, says the trade group representing futures commission merchants.
The key reason: implementing any requirements proposed by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission would be pretty operationally difficult for FCMs, according to the Futures Industry Association.
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