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H.R. 37 Derivatives Provision May Create Broader Exemption – IF10057

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The 114th Congress has debated the pros and cons of financial reform in H.R. 37, the Promoting Job Creation and Reducing Small Business Burdens Act (commonly referred to as the financial reform bill). It was passed by the House on January 14, 2015, and includes several provisions on securities, derivatives, and banking. Title II, Section 201 of H.R. 37 (“Treatment of Affiliate Transactions”) includes a derivatives provision that would revise the treatment of transactions that may be exempt from Dodd-Frank requirements for swaps—a type of derivative—when traded between an affiliate of a nonfinancial firm and another company.

Date of Report: March 27, 2015
Pages: 2
Order Number: IF10057
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