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Our advocacy efforts focus on ensuring that the cleared derivative markets are well-regulated around the globe.  We support our members by engaging policy makers and other stakeholders who have an interest in preserving the integrity of these markets.

FIA’s advocacy enables us to deliver practical updates and implementation solutions related to policy matters.  Here you will find current information on topics related to legislative and regulatory developments such as Global Derivatives Regulatory Reform (Dodd-Frank Act, EMIR, MIFID II), Basel III Capital Implementation, Customer Protection, and CFTC Reauthorization.


Key Issues

As the global voice for the listed and cleared derivatives markets, we work to educate and inform policymakers on critical issues that affect derivatives markets at both the regional and international levels.


Policy Views

FIA and its affiliates publish a variety of position papers and in-depth policy analyses as part of our mission to support thoughtful discussion of complex public policy issues.


Regulatory Responses

FIA and its affiliates advocate for open, transparent and competitive markets by working with regulators on the development of new rules and regulations through comment letters, consultation responses, and other types of regulatory filings.


Regulatory Releases

To help members keep up with legislative and regulatory development, FIA provides links to hearing notices, proposed rules, consultation papers, guidance and other documents issued by lawmakers and regulators.  





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