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Tom Deas of FMC Corp., NACTThe U.S. Treasury finally announced late last week that it was exempting foreign exchange forwards and swaps from Dodd-Frank clearing requirements, but there are still several issues outstanding that could affect corporate end users of derivatives. 

FX forwards and swaps remain subject to requirements including trade reporting, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s anti-evasion authority, which aims to keep Wall Street from tweaking cleared FX products to receive exempt status, and Dodd-Frank’s business conduct rules, according to an analysis by Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft.

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