U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Timothy Massad spoke with Bloomberg Markets at the Milken Institute Global Conference today about current and future efforts of the CFTC. Massad defended the value of the Dodd-Frank reforms which he said are largely in place and simply being fine tuned at this point.
In addition to finishing some of the Dodd-Frank Act regulations, Massad identified two areas where the commodities regulator will be working that we expect could be fertile areas for whistleblowing in the future:
1. Cybersecurity Controls
2. Automated Trading Controls to Prevent Market Disruption
Watch the video below: