Market Regulation

CFA Urges Congress to Oppose the Commodity End User Relief Act

In a letter to members of the House of Representatives, CFA is urging opposition to “The Commodity End User Relief Act” (H.R. 2289). This legislation would cripple the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) from effectively overseeing and regulating commodities and derivatives markets, leaving consumers exposed to fraud, manipulation, and abusive practices, and putting the safety and stability of the U.S. financial system at risk.