Giancarlo reflects on tenure and looks forward in final FIA Boca appearance as agency chief

By Brad Rosen, J.D. In remarks at 44th Annual International Futures Industry Conference held in Boca Raton, CFTC Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo reflected on his time at the Commission and covered a vast array of topics in a speech titled Improving the Past, Tackling the Present, and Advancing to a Digital Market Future. Giancarlo took the opportunity to recall becoming a commissioner five years ago, and then being nominated by President Trump as CFTC chairman two years ago. He observed “Knowing that my time as Chairman would be short, I wanted to be bold in action.” During the course of his speech, the chairman highlighted some of the bold actions he has initiated during his term as the agency’s leader, and also underscored his efforts to put the CFTC on the path to become a 21st Century digital regulator. Improving on past work. Noting his long public support for the G-20 swaps market reforms as adopted in Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Act, the chairman…

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