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The Dodd-Frank Act created a new and complex regulatory regime for derivatives trading. Since the law’s passage, regulators have adopted a myriad of new trading, reporting, recordkeeping, clearing, trade execution, margin, and anti-fraud rules. With these new rules come a plethora of opportunities for companies that trade derivatives to be held liable for violations. That’s why every commercial entity that uses the derivatives markets for risk management purposes should implement a derivatives compliance program.

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