Federal Reserve proposes retail forex business standards The Federal Reserve has published a proposed rule dictating business standards for Fed-supervised banks engaged in foreign exchange ("forex") transactions with retail customers. The rule is part of Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act implementation, and is largely similar to those adopted by the CFTC, FDIC, and OCC. Like the OCC and FDIC rules, the Federal Reserve eschews a complex registration process and new capital requirements. Instead, Fed-supervised institutions must notify the agency of their intention to trade forex with retail customers, and meet a pre-existing "well-capitalized" standard. The rule also mentions in its risk disclosure that foreign exchange transactions are not FDIC-insured. However, unlike FDIC and OCC rules, the Federal Reserve does not bar banks from using their right of set off, which allows them to use customer assets to cover a trading loss or margin call. It also prohibits the use of pre-dispute arbitration agreements. Comments on the proposed rule are due October 11, 2011. Read more about this Federal Reserve proposed forex rule. photo credit: skpy CFTC LAW – Forex, Futures, and Commodities News and Analysis. Press release, rule summaries, and enforcement actions from the CFTC, NFA, SEC, FSA, and other agencies from around the world.
Read more detail on Recent Administrative Law Posts –Legal notice about the Federal Reserve proposes retail forex business standards rubric : Hukuki Net Legal News is not responsible for the privacy statements or other content from Web sites outside of the Hukuki.net site. Please refer the progenitor link to check the legal entity of this resource hereinabove.
Do you need High Quality Legal documents or forms related to Federal Reserve proposes retail forex business standards?